sandwich sign


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sandwich sign

A term referring to the histologic appearance of dermatophytosis, in which the hyphae are sandwiched between the upper normal cornified zone and the lower abnormally cornified orthokeratotic and/or parakeratotic zone.
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The classic sandwich sign has evolved to encompass other regions and pathology.
In conclusion: the sandwich sign refers to the sandwiching of mesenteric vessels and fat by enlarged mesenteric nodes on cross-sectional imaging, commonly occurring in lymphoma, but not specific to lymphoma.
This can range from menu boards and sandwich signs to small signs for individual products, such as cheeses or grocery items.