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falcial

 [fal´shal]
pertaining to a falx.
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fal·cial

(fal'shăl),
Relating to the falx cerebelli or falx cerebri.
Synonym(s): falcine
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falcial

adjective
(1) Related to the falx cerebri or falx cerebrelli.
(2) Falciform.

Except for its use for specific anatomic structures, this particular use of falciform is waning in the working medical parlance.
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A stat noncontrast computed tomography (CT) scan of the head was preliminarily read as being a diffuse subarachnoid hemorrhage and falcine subdural hemorrhage (Figure 1a and 1b).
Although pachymeningeal changes are commonly found over the cerebral convexities and in basal or tentorial locations [2, 6], falcine involvement has been also described [3].
Caption: Figure 4: Initial head CT without contrast in our patient described above noted a falcine with bifrontal subdural hematoma at the vertex (a).
[13,14] Out of 11 cases of meningioma 6 were in cerebral convexities, 2 in sphenoidal ridge, 2 were falcine, and 1 parasagittal.
Head CT (Figure 1) showed 1.5 cm right panhemispheric hyperdensity in the subdural space with significant midline shift, falcine herniation, uncal herniation, and loss of basilar cisterns.
Subarachnoid hemorrhage was present in 67.4% of tumor locations other than the convexity, parasagittal, and falcine regions.
7: Meningioma-Sagital T1 post contrast MR shows Falcine meningioma with invasion of with Superior sagital sinus and significant perilesional edema and mss effect.
(7) Two rare cases of falcine tumors have been reported, in which the lesions contained both hyaline cartilage and bone, and were so termed as osteochondromas.
La vena prosencefalica media es un vaso transitorio que drena a los plexos coroideos y se dirige posteriormente hacia un plexo dural dorsal, denominado sinus falcine. La vena prosencefalica media regresa cuando el desarrollo de los ganglios basales y de los plexos coroideos induce la formacion de las venas cerebrales internas definitivas.
This in turn drained via falcine veins into the large transverse and sigmoid sinuses.