Schneiderian


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Schnei`de´ri`an


a.1.(Anat.) Discovered or described by C. V. Schneider, a German anatomist of the seventeenth century.
Schneiderian membrane
the mucous membrane which lines the nasal chambers; the pituitary membrane.
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Researchers are now exploring the mechanisms through which self disorder may eventually lead to the characteristic behaviors of benign schizotypy (Raballo & Parnas, 2011; Torbet, Schulze, Fiedler, & Reuter, 2015) and the recognized (so-called Schneiderian first-rank) symptoms of schizophrenia (Fuchs, 2015; Irarrazaval, 2015; Parnas, Carter, & Nordgaard, 2016; Sass, 2003; Sass & Byrom, 2015), including delusions.
Schneiderian First-rank manifestations have accounted for (Kanner et al 1996).
Therefore, the umbrella term Schneiderian papilloma (SP) was proposed to encompass all varieties of NP until in 1963 Norris classified NP into 2 types depending upon their histopathology: (a) SP, and (b) IP.
Psychoform dissociation includes amnesia, depersonalization, derealization, and identity confusion and alteration, which may be experienced as Schneiderian symptoms (auditory hallucinations, passive control phenomena, etc.
Correlation between gingival phenotype and Schneiderian membrane thickness.
Schneiderian Papillomas and Non-salivary Glandular Neoplasms of the Head and Neck.
Human papillomavirus and Epstein-Barr virus in sinonasal Schneiderian papillomas.
Alternately, patients with schizophrenia often think they are under the control of an "alien force" that shapes their behavior, feelings, and thoughts (a Schneiderian first-rank symptom).
An aggressive neoplasm derived from Schneiderian epithelium and distinct from olfactory neuroblastoma.
Sinonasal undifferentiated carcinoma: an aggressive neoplasm derived from Schneiderian epithelium and distinct from olfactory neuroblastoma.
Among the 4 major discrepant cases (Table 5), case 1 involved failure to identify a focus suspicious for carcinoma in an inverted Schneiderian papilloma.