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extradural

 [ek″strah-du´ral]
situated or occurring outside the dura mater.

ex·tra·du·ral

(eks'tră-dū'răl),
1. On the outer side of the dura mater.
See also: epidural.
2. Unconnected with the dura mater.
See also: epidural.

extradural

[ek′trədoo͡r′əl]
Etymology: L, extra + dura, hard
outside the dura mater.

ex·tra·du·ral

(eks'tră-dū'răl)
1. On the outer side of the dura mater.
2. Unconnected with the dura mater.

ex·tra·du·ral

(eks'tră-dū'răl)
1. On the outer side of the dura mater.
2. Unconnected with the dura mater.

extradural

situated or occurring outside the dura mater. See also epidural.
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