The palatal gingival margin is the remnant of the gingival margin on the palatal side of the dental arch which after tooth extraction often remains visible as a cordlike
Penile sclerosing lymphangitis presents as an acute, firm, cordlike
lesion of the coronal sulcus.
One mycolic acid is called cord factor, which causes the bacterium to clump into cordlike
masses that adds to the organism's virulence (strains of Mycobacterium without cord factor are avirulent).
Skeletal muscle may attach its fleshy fibers directly to a bone; but usually the main part, or belly, of the muscle terminates at either or both ends in a strong, cordlike
structure called a tendon that transmits the pull of the muscle as it contracts.
Histopathologic examination showed the presence of multiple lobules of adipose tissue with a myxoid matrix, in which proliferating thin vascular channels showing branching and cordlike
arrangement were seen (Figure 6).
HABIT: Irregular with twisted, cordlike