meningeal branches

me·nin·ge·al branch·es

[TA]
branches of vessels or nerves distributed to the coverings of the brain and spinal cord. Terminologia Anatomica lists meningeal branches (rami meningei) of the cavernous and cerebral parts of internal carotid artery, mandibular nerve, maxillary nerve, occipital artery, spinal nerve, vagus (nerve), and vertebral artery.
Synonym(s): rami meningei [TA]
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The anatomy of lumbosacral posterior rami and meningeal branches of spinal nerves (sinu-vertebral nerves).
The sigmoid sinus, inferior petrosal sinus, meningeal branches of occipital and ascending pharyngeal arteries, glossopharyngeal nerve, vagus nerve and accessory nerve with their ganglia traverse the foramen.
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Gabriele and Bell (1967) stated that if meningiomas are supplied by meningeal branches that anastamose with the lacrimal artery branches there may be striking and clinically important enlargement of the ophthalmic artery and its branches.
In direct fistula, there is a shunt between the internal carotid artery and the cavernous sinus, whereas in indirect fistula, the intracavernous portion of the internal carotid artery remains intact and arterial blood flows through the meningeal branches of the carotid artery into the cavernous sinus.
Multiple dural feeders from meningeal branches of occipital and superficial temporal branches of bilateral external carotid and right internal carotid arteries.
The artery then enters the anterior cranial fossa, gives off meningeal branches, and turns downward into the nasal cavity through the slit-like apertures at the side of the crista galli.
Contract award: delivery of mining cables to power meningeal branches coal company sa in 2013.

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