transdural

transdural

 [trans-do̳r´al]
through or across the dura mater.

transdural

/trans·du·ral/ (-dldbomacr´al) through or across the dura mater.

transdural

through or across the dura mater.
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Mixter and Barr performed the first lumbar discectomy by a laminectomy and transdural approach in 1934.
The transcranial and transdural tumors were classified as such on the basis of the patients initial signs/symptoms and radiologic findings.
Sasaki, "Spontaneous transdural extension of malignant astrocytoma.
Perhaps the earliest account of the removal of a herniated disc can be attributed to Krause, who, in 1909, resected a lumbar disc by way of a laminectomy followed by transdural disc resection.
hemorrhage and headache from dilated transdural collaterals).
Transdural Metastasis from Adenocarcinoma of the Prostate mimicking SDH: Case Report.
Several transdural, leptomeningeal, and pial collateral vessels.
Se presentan 2 casos pediatricos con quistes aracnoidal intradural cervicales anteriores, que constituyen la presentacion mas infrecuente de esta patologia, la tecnica quirurgica utilizada y una modificacion de la misma para evitar la herniacion transdural durante el abordaje por via posterior.
Post dural puncture headache occurs when transdural leakage of cerebrospinal fluid allows the brain to sag within the cranium, resulting in traction on the cranial contents, and reflex cerebral vasodilation.
This has not been clearly reported previously with transdural disc herniation.
En 1934 William Mixter y Joseph Barr (18) describieron el manejo quirurgico de la ciatica por disrupcion del disco interverterbral, realizando hemilaminectomia y disquectomia transdural.