Cribriform

Cribriform (Latin for `perforated`) can refer to: ...
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cribriform

(krib´rĭ-form) perforated like a sieve.
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Cribriform

• (a.) Resembling, or having the form of, a sieve; pierced with holes; as, the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone; a cribriform compress.
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Cribriform

Crib'ri·form adjective [ Latin cribrum sieve + -form : confer French cribriforme .] Resembling, or having the form of, a sieve; pierced with holes; as, the cribriform plate of the ethmoid bone; a cribriform compress. Cribriform cells (Botany) , ...
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cribriform

adjective, Latin cribrum = sieve, hence, sieve-like.
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cribriform

Pierced with small holes as in a sieve. Refers to the appearance of a tumor when viewed under a microscope. The tumor appears to have open spaces or small holes inside.
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cribriform

shaped like a sieve
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cribriform

Sievelike; containing many perforations. ... Synonym: cribrate, polyporous. ... Origin: L. Cribrum, a sieve, + forma, form ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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cribriform

Type: Term Pronunciation: krib′ri-fōrm Definitions: 1. Sievelike; containing many perforations. Synonyms: cribrate, polyporous
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