cerebriform


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cerebriform

(səˈriːbrəfɔːm)
adj
resembling the brain in texture or structure
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ILVEN is more frequently associated with cerebriform pattern.
Highlights from the study include: Generally well-tolerated safety profile; Reductions in pAKT in most patients; Reductions in Cerebriform Connective Tissue Nevus lesions in size but also in firmness, depth of sulci and discomfort;Reduction in pain intensity in all children in the study.
On microscopic examination, 7 aspects are seen to variable extents: a prominent cerebriform contour, intense hypercellularity, microcysts that variably punctuate the hypercellular background, hemorrhage, conspicuous mitoses, luteinized cells, and entrapped normal ovarian structures (Figure 3, B through F).
During this visit she was noted to have a 3.5 x 3.5 cm pink brown cerebriform plaque on the left ventral wrist.
High-power images of the epidermis showed medium-sized lymphocytes with cerebriform nuclei arranged in Darier's nests (Pautrier's microabscess) (figure 3a).
In cases of chronic oral candidiasis, deep fissuring of the tongue in a cerebriform pattern was noticed in a female patient suffering from pemphigus vulgaris (Photo No.
Cerebriform tongue is a sign of mucosal involvement commonly found in patients [2].
Extensive cerebriform nevus sebaceus: An unusual presentation.
The mass had a cerebriform appearance, resembling a 'brain-within-a-brain' architecture.
Typically, the classical type presents as asymptomatic, multiple, soft, yellowish or skin-colored, sessile or pedunculated, papules or nodules, often coalescing into plaques whose surface may be smooth, wrinkled, or cerebriform or have a peau d'orange appearance that are present in a linear, zosteriform, or segmental pattern [3, 7].