ulegyria

u·le·gy·ri·a

(yū'lē-jī'rē-ă),
A defect of the cerebral cortex characterized by narrow and distorted gyri; may be congenital, result from scars, but is usually due to ischemic damage.
[G. oulē, scar, + gyros, ring]

ulegyria

(ū″lē-jī′rē-ă) [Gr. oule, scar, + gyros, ring]
A condition in which gyri of the cerebral cortex are abnormal due to scar tissue from injuries, usually occurring in early development.
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The late stages of infarcts are recognized by gliosis, encephalomalacic cysts, shrunken gyri (Ulegyria), enlarged sulci and adjacent dilatation of CSF-containing spaces.