corymbiform

<dermatology> Denoting the flower-like clustering configuration of skin lesions in granulomatous diseases (e.g., syphilis, tuberculosis). ... Origin: L. Corymbus, cluster, garland ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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corymbiform

(ko-rim┬┤bĭ-form) clustered; said of lesions grouped around a single, usually larger, lesion.
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Corymbiform

Describing an inflorescence in which the flowers or flower heads are elevated to the same level on different branches so that the inflorescence or units of it appear flat-topped or convex.
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Corymbiform

having a corymb shape
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Corymbiform

having a corymb shape
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corymbiform

Type: Term Pronunciation: kŏ-rim′bi-fōrm Definitions: 1. Denoting the flowerlike clustering configuration of skin lesions in granulomatous diseases (syphilis, tuberculosis).
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