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plexiform

Having the appearance of network, weaving, or plaiting, as in Celtic and Romanesque ornamentation.
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As a result, individuals with NF-1 require regular follow-up to assess for plexiform neurofibromas, and evaluate blood pressure, growth, skeletal changes, learning development, and eyes.
Among the amyloid-positive subjects, the inner plexiform layer was slightly larger in volume.
Control group: Regular distribution of E-cadherin expression in the ganglionic layer, regular internal and external plexiform layers in cells in the inner and outer nuclear layers, E-cadherin immunohistochemical staining Bar 50 [micro]m.
Less commonly, signs of splitting can also be seen in the outer nuclear and outer plexiform layers, and small cystoid changes have been reported in the nerve fiber-ganglion cell layer.
The histopathological grading of ameloblastoma can be done on the different variants of histological types of ameloblastomas among which the follicular and the plexiform type of ameloblastoma are more common frequently encountered types.
Autopsies of patients who died after exposure to aminorex revealed vascular lesions similar to the pathologic findings described in PPH (ie, plexiform lesions and concentric, cellular intimal thickening).
Clinically, NF-1 is characterized by cafe-au-lait spots, freckling, skin neurofibroma, plexiform neurofibroma, bony defects, Lisch nodules, and tumors of the central nervous system.
The diferencial diagnostic include: dermoid cysts [8], papillomatosis [7], SCC [3], condrosarcoma [5], cutaneous melanocytoma [9], basal cell carcinoma in a dromedary camel [2], cutaneous plexiform neurilemmoma (Schwannoma) [6], and fibrosarcoma and osteosarcoma.
Then in 2015 toddler Thiago was diagnosed with plexiform neurofibromas in his leg which has caused his entire left leg to grow out of proportion.
Embryologically, the subclavian vascular trunk of the developing fetus terminates in a plexiform manner in the developing hand.
The differential diagnosis of intra-articular tumorous lesions of the knee is broad; in addition to synovial hemangioma, it includes pigmented villonodular synovitis (PVNS), nodular synovitis, lipoma arborescens, juxtaarticular myxoma, plexiform neuroma, synovial osteochondromatosis, ganglion, synovial cyst, synovial sarcoma, leiomyoma, giant cell tumor of the tendon sheath, and schwannoma.
About 10% of NF1 patients will develop MPNST, which usually evolves from a benign--but often large and disfiguring--tumor called a plexiform neurofibroma.