serpiginous


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ser·pig·i·nous

 (sər-pĭj′ə-nəs)
adj.
Of or being a skin lesion with a wavy or indented margin.

[From Medieval Latin serpīgō, serpīgin-, lesion, from Latin serpere, to creep.]
Translations
serpigineux

ser·pig·i·nous

n. serpiginoso-a, sinuoso-a, de movimiento semejante a una serpiente.
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Ultrasound detected a plexus of vascular, serpiginous structures in the porta hepatis anterior to the portal vein, and a provisional diagnosis of hepatic vascular malformation was considered.
Superior mesenteric artery angiogram showed abnormal serpiginous vessels in relation to the right colic artery.
Features that favor PTLD over reactive lymphoid infiltrates are the following: expansile nodules or a mass lesion, numerous transformed cells, lymphoid atypia, predominant B-cell or plasma cell infiltrate, serpiginous necrosis in the infiltrate, and/or the presence of numerous EBV-positive cells.
Sonographic findings include multiple hypoechoic, serpiginous, and tubular intratesticular structures of various sizes with low-level internal echoes.
These were well-circumscribed cystic lesions with predominantly fluid-signal intensity containing linear serpiginous filling defects.
A serpiginous low signal line is often present at the margin of the lesion, delineating the necrotic area from the adjacent area of bone marrow edema.
Skin prick and intradermal skin testing, using Fisher's Protocols (2), confirmed Gelofusine as the causative agent with marked serpiginous weals with surrounding flares developing at both Gelofusine test sites.
Physical examination showed 2 elevated, ulcerative lesions on the lateral side of the right foot, and from each originated an elevated serpiginous lesion (Figure, panels B and C).
However, approximately one-third of HAE patients may have a nonraised serpiginous rash preceding angioedema attacks.
Pattern A, which is seen in acute HIV infection, is characterized by serpiginous and greatly enlarged lymphoid follicles with reactive germinal centers (figure 1).
Positive findings were reported in 47% of the study population and included angiodysplasias, aphthoid and serpiginous ulcers, active bleeding, varices, stenosis with ulcers, tumor, bleeding ileal polyps, gastric ulcers and GAVE (gastric antral vascular ectasia.