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CP angle tumours in the fourth ventricle has a tendency to grow through the Foramen of Luschka into the CP angle.
Hemorrhage extended into the fourth ventricle tracking through the foramina of Luschka into the cistema magna and subarachnoid spaces.
Faivre, in 1854 and Luschka, in 1855 were the first researchers to suggest that the choroid plexus is the source of CSF (3,29).
The second mechanism involves large amounts of aneurysmal SAH regurgitating into the fourth ventricle via the foramina of Luschka.
El objetivo principal de esta revision es conocer la descripcion anatomica del nervio sinuvertebral de Luschka y del ramo dorsal del nervio espinal como principales generadores del dolor lumbar.
Theories regarding the pathogenesis of the various BAs include the incomplete obliteration of the pharyngeal clefts, as suggested by Ascherson in 1832, (16) the precervical sinus theory suggested by His in 1886, (17) the thymopharyngeal theory put forth by Wenglowski in 1912, (18) and cystic degeneration of lymph nodes suggested by Luschka in 1848.
The neurocentral joints of Luschka and the intervertebral disks are also functional components of the subaxial motion segments.
The first recorded case of CMCC was in 1848 by Luschka.
This was followed, three and half decades later, by the description of two additional lateral outlet foramina by Luschka.
14) Para explicar el mecanismo patogenico asociado a la dilatacion del IV ventriculo, se ha planteado la existencia de una atresia o un bloqueo por inflamacion del foramen de Luschka y Magendi, y la excesiva produccion de liquido en el IV ventriculo.
Obstruccion de los foramenes de Luschka y Magendi en el techo del IV ventriculo, asociado a agenesia de vermis inferior, megacisterna magna y dilatacion quistica del IV ventriculo.
La secundaria se origina por (i) sintesis aumentada de la produccion de LCR; (ii) limitacion en la circulacion del LCR, por obstruccion del agujero interventricular; (iii) obstruccion de los agujeros de Luschka o Magandie, con dilatacion de los ventriculos tercero, cuarto y laterales, y (iv) disminucion en la absorcion y recirculacion del LCR por exudados inflamatorios, obstruccion de los senos venosos, trombosis venosa o taponamiento de la vena yugular interna (7).