craniospinal

craniospinal

 [kra″ne-o-spi´nal]
pertaining to the skull and spine.

cra·ni·o·spi·nal

(krā'nē-ō-spī'năl),
Relating to the cranium and spinal column.
Synonym(s): craniorrhachidian

craniospinal

[krā′nē·ōspī′nəl]
Etymology: Gk, kranion, skull + L, spina, backbone or spine
pertaining to the cranium and the vertebral column.

cra·ni·o·spi·nal

(krā'nē-ō-spī'năl)
Relating to the cranium and spinal column.

cra·ni·o·spi·nal

(krā'nē-ō-spī'năl)
Relating to cranium and spinal column.

craniospinal

pertaining to the skull and spine.
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It is ideal for typical proton craniospinal radiotherapy treatments such as whole brain lateral fields combined with PA spine fields due to the attenuation being constant throughout the device.
The current standard of care predicates the use of whole ventricular radiation therapy with an additional boost to the tumor versus craniospinal irradiation (9).
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CSF dissemination is common; therefore, the entire craniospinal axis should be imaged.
The pain of CH may be associated with dysfunction in an area of the brain stem and/or craniospinal pressure dissociation, stimulating pain-sensitive structures in patients with CM-1.
On the other hand, they also noted that craniospinal radiotherapy used in ALL was associated with a higher amount of thyroid gland exposure and was strongly associated with subsequent hypothyroidism (54).
These specialists offer counselling, craniospinal therapy, lifestyle and energy correction.
The impact of maternal obesity on midtrimester sonographic visualization of fetal cardiac and craniospinal structures.
Determination of the thecal sac ending using magnetic resonance imaging: clinical applications in craniospinal irradiation.
1 involved a 5-year-old boy with metastatic medulloblastoma to the craniospinal axis for which radiation treatment would likely cause severe cognitive impairment.
Although PET is highly accurate at most metastatic sites, gadolinium-enhanced MRI is obviously the gold-standard imaging technique for craniospinal disease evaluation (both intraparenchymal and leptomeningeal), as it is much more accurate than 18F-FDG PET.
For practical purposes, complications of craniospinal irradiation include delayed radionecrosis and leukoencephalopathy.