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Of or being a skin lesion with a wavy or indented margin.

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


n. serpiginoso-a, sinuoso-a, de movimiento semejante a una serpiente.
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5 cm (<1%) Postnatal cranial imaging Serpiginous calcifications, R; polymicrogyriccortex, BL; simplified gyral pattern (BL, L >R) Ocular evaluation Unremarkable Auditory evaluation Unremarkable Characteristic Case-infant 2 Country of exposure Venezuela Gestational age at time [approximately equal to]12 of symptoms wk (2015 Dec) Laboratory results for Zika virus Mother Serum neg rRT-PCR, pos IgM (2016 Apr) Infant Serum/CSF/CB neg rRT-PCR, pos IgM (2016 Jun) Antenatal ultrasound HC 10%, BPD 34% (36.
A third patient with Serpiginous Choroidopathy improved from 20/80- to 20/60+1 in the right eye and from 20/50- to 20/20-3 in their left eye with increases in OCT, suggesting value in considering BMSC for atrophic retinal conditions.
We report here a case of a patient who presented with multiple reddish-brown keratinized papules coalescing to form serpiginous plaques in the anterior and posterior of the neck, which was found to be typical D-penicillamine-induced EPS.
5,6,7,8,9) Atypical, bullous, or chronic type CSCR may be confused with other diseases that can cause intraocular inflammation such as Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada (VKH) disease, posterior scleritis, sympathetic ophthalmia, multifocal choroiditis, and serpiginous choroiditis.
On skin examination, there are serpiginous and annular confluent erythematous urticarial plaques with a central ecchymotic discoloration over the eyes, peripheral malar distribution, neck, chest, abdomen, back, buttock, extremities, hands, and feet.
T1- and T2-weighted images demonstrate serpiginous flow voids with areas of T2 prolongation in the adjoining brain parenchyma.
Skin involvement is characterised by a migratory, serpiginous, urticarial rash and termed larva currens.
SUMMARY--Multifocal serpiginoid choroiditis is an infectious variety of serpiginous choroiditis.
On physical examination, lesions are erythematous, linear, and serpiginous.
Cutaneous larva migrans is characterized by a linear, serpiginous rash.
At the admission, the infant was in good general condition and except for a serpiginous erythematosus rash, physical examination revealed no pertinent findings.
CT chest sections revealed serpiginous heterogeneous densities in right atrium and right ventricle of heart (Figures1).