Tarlov cyst

Tar·lov cyst

(tar'lŏv),
a perineural cyst found in the proximal radicles of the lower spinal cord; usually produces symptoms.

Tar·lov cyst

(tahr'lov sist)
A perineural lesion found in the proximal radicles of the lower spinal cord. It is usually productive of symptoms.

Tarlov,

Isadore Max, U.S. surgeon, 1905-1977.
Tarlov cyst - a perineural cyst found in the proximal radicles of the lower spinal cord.
Tarlov nerve elevator
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3) Tarlov cysts are rare and arise from the perineurium membrane surrounding the spinal nerve root, near the dorsal root ganglion.
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2) CT-guided percutaneous aspiration of Tarlov cyst as a useful diagnostic procedure prior to operative intervention, Lee, Acta Neurochir (wien) (2004) 146: 667-670
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