cerebriform


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cerebriform

(səˈriːbrəfɔːm)
adj
resembling the brain in texture or structure
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A relatively uncommon sub-group of CTCL patients present with extensive skin involvement and circulating malignant cerebriform T-cells, referred to as Sezary syndrome.
Additional findings supporting a diagnosis of CAH on ultrasound evaluation include ambiguous genitalia and a cerebriform pattern of gyri and sulci within the gland cortex, described by both Chambrier and colleagues (8) and Avni et al (9), and also seen on histopathologic analysis in CAH.
On first examination of the patient, we noticed that the right buttock resembled a cerebriform lesion.
164,165) Anaplastic large cell lymphoma is principally distinguished by the lack of antecedent patch and plaque lesions and the absence of background cerebriform lymphocytes.
The cytologic features from the 3 patients, >10 cells/[micro]L consistently demonstrated a mixture of lymphocytes at various stages of activation and occasional large monocytic-like cells with cerebriform nuclei reminiscent of the Mollaret cells described in CSF of patients with recurrent meningitis (Figure).