Duret lesion

Du·ret le·sion

(dū-rā'),
small hemorrhage(s) in the floor of the fourth ventricle or beneath the aqueduct of Sylvius.

Du·ret le·sion

(dū-rā' lē'zhŭn)
Small hemorrhage(s) in the floor of the fourth ventricle or beneath the cerebral aqueduct.

Duret,

Henri, French neurosurgeon, 1849-1921.
Duret hemorrhage - small brainstem hemorrhage resulting from brainstem distortion secondary to transtentorial herniation.
Duret lesion - small hemorrhage(s) in the floor of the fourth ventricle or beneath the aqueduct of Sylvius.