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dural

 [du´ral]
pertaining to the dura mater.

du·ral

(dū'răl),
Relating to the dura mater.
Synonym(s): duramatral

dural

/du·ral/ (dūr´'l) pertaining to the dura mater.

dural

(do͝or′əl, dyo͝or′-)
adj.
Of or relating to the dura mater.

du·ral

(dūr'ăl)
Relating to the dura mater.

dural

pertaining to the dura mater.

dural ossification
see dural ossification.
dural sinuses, dural venous sinuses
venous spaces between the layers of dura which collect cerebrospinal fluid and return it to the vascular system.
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Taking this pathophysiology into account, we admit that the dural breach was indeed very small.
Last, but of great interest, there are reports of intracranial hemorrhage and subarachnoid hemorrhage following dural puncture (9-12).
The ideal dural substitute should prevent cerebrospinal fluid leaks, have strength and flexibility similar to human dura matter, present little or no risk of infection and not induce a severe inflammatory response," said Frederick F.
In convexity chondroma, removing the dural attachment along with the tumor is recommended.
But that wasn't the initial direction Dural saw himself traveling in.
Smaller needles could significantly reduce headache incidence rates, because they create a smaller dural hole with less CSF leakage (Lavi et al.
Clinical presentation of the dural sinus thrombosis due to BD is different from that of other causes (9).
Posttreatment angiographic images revealed successful occlusion of the dural AVF centered on the superior sagittal sinus (Figure 2b).
We examined the scanning electron microscopy (SEM) images of our 54 samples of the dural sac, beginning with observation of the dural laminar structures in some detail, in order to ascertain whether the laminae had been damaged during the preparation process, creating artefactual intradural spaces.
An anterior dural defect was found communicating with the L5-S1 interspace.
DETERMINATION AND COMPARISON OF THE TERMINATION OF THE DURAL SAC TIP IN A SOUTH AFRICAN POPULATION: CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE IN CRANIOSPINAL IRRADIATION
In this article, we will discuss and illustrate some of the common and uncommon imaging findings in the postoperative spine, with a particular emphasis on the uncommon cases--specifically, retained surgical material with associated clinical sequelae, including gel foam, dural autograft, and catheters.