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extradural

 [ek″strah-du´ral]
situated or occurring outside the dura mater.

ex·tra·du·ral

(eks'tră-dū'răl),
1. On the outer side of the dura mater.
See also: epidural.
2. Unconnected with the dura mater.
See also: epidural.

ex·tra·du·ral

(eks'tră-dū'răl)
1. On the outer side of the dura mater.
2. Unconnected with the dura mater.

ex·tra·du·ral

(eks'tră-dū'răl)
1. On the outer side of the dura mater.
2. Unconnected with the dura mater.
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Ha and colleagues (3) revealed an extradural lymphangioma (CD34 and D2-40 positive), associated with significant enhancement along its membrane, in a 16-year-old male patient at the level of T5-T7.
Extramedullary cavernous hemangioma with intradural and extradural growth and clinical symptoms of Brown-Sequard syndrome: case report and review of the literature.
In our study, 35(38.8%) patients had brain contusions; 10(11.2%) patients had extradural hematoma and five(5.6%) patients had subdural hematoma and five(5.6%) patients had involvement of venous sinuses.
Caption: Figure 4: Case 2: plain lateral radiograph (a) and sagittal T2-weighted MRI (b) showed decreased disc height and the presence of an abscess in the disc and extradural space (arrowhead) at the L1-2 level.
Wang, "Primary extradural meningiomas in head: a report of 19 cases and review of literature," International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Pathology, vol.
The tumor and its extradural extension showed a major hypermetabolic activity on positron emission tomography (PET).
Komeda et al., "Spontaneous regression of a spinal extradural arteriovenous fistula after delivery by cesarean sectio--case report," Neurologia Medico-Chirurgica, vol.
However, complete tumor resection is very difficult given that tumors can grow to an enormous size and may be either intradural or extradural. Conventionally, a combined intra- and extracranial approach is considered the best option.[1],[2],[3],[4],[5],[6] However, risks and problems such as brain retraction, secondary cerebral edema, and damage to the cranial nerves cannot be thoroughly resolved.
1) was intracerebral contusion (this is a broad term and includes the frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital contusions) (13.0%, n=92), depressed skull fracture (11.7%, n=70), sub-arachnoid haemorrhage (10.4%, n=60), extradural haemorrhage (6.5%, n=41), intracranial haemorrhage (3.4%, n=19), free air (2.9%, n=19), subdural haemorrhage (1.5%, n=13), intraventricular haemorrhage (1.1%, n=9).
El NR puede ser clasificado como interno (intradural) y externo (extradural).
Extradural haematoma is one of the most common intra-cranial lesion which may arise late, increase in size and volume or recur once it has been evacuated.
The discovery of opioid receptors in the central nervous system especially in spinal cord initiated interest in using them as intrathecal and extradural uses.