intraspinal

intraspinal

 [in″trah-spi´nal]
within the substance of the spinal column.

in·tra·spi·nal

(in'tră-spī'năl),
Within the vertebral canal or spinal cord.

intraspinal

/in·tra·spi·nal/ (-spīn´'l) within the spinal column.

intraspinal

within the spinal column.
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At the neurosurgical surgery department at karolinska university hospital, Intracranial and intraspinal microsurgical activities are conducted.
Furthermore, intraspinal anesthesia may be difficult because of spine malformations.
A 55-year-old male underwent complete resection of a T12 intraspinal tumor and subsequently developed dizziness and loss of consciousness on postoperative day 2.
While the mayor went through an initial trial of analgesics and physical therapy as well as intraspinal steroid injections, these measures proved to be of 'limited success.
3 These are present at three sites, intraosseous, intraspinal extramedullary and intramedullary.
Primary intraspinal primitive neuroectodermal tumor (PNET): a rare occurrence.
The effects of intraspinal injection of magnesium salts upon tetanus.
On the basis of MRI findings differential diagnosis of lymphangiectasia, caries spine and extradural intraspinal cervical hydatid disease type 3 (Braithwaik and Lees) was suggested.
MRI revealed an intraspinal, intradural, extraaxial mass at T8-T9, with a polar cyst.
In only 9% of cases was an underlying pathologic condition found: 29 patients had spondylolysis or spondylolisthesis, 9 had Scheuermann's kyphosis, 5 had a syrinx, 2 had a herniated disk, 1 had hydromyelia, I had a tethered cord, and I had an intraspinal tumor.
Past surgical history included an appendectomy forty years ago and intraspinal surgery one week ago for removal of lesions.