infratentorial

infratentorial

 [in″frah-ten-tor´e-al]
beneath the tentorium of the cerebellum.
Infratentorial: infratentorial hernations. From Betz et al., 1994.

infratentorial

beneath the tentorium of the cerebellum.
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2%) with cranial nerve involvements as isolated optic neuritis, 1 with recurrent form of ADEM, 1 with multiple contrast-enhanced lesions of the infratentorial cerebral region due to PSS, and 1 patient with right hemiparesia due to acute ischemic cerebral lesion in the posterior leg of the left internal capsule.
On the basis of the McDonald criteria, the criterion for dissemination in space can be met by the presence of an MRI lesion in at least two of four areas of the CNS, which include juxtacortical, periventricular, infratentorial, or spinal cord (Figure 1).
4,5] The lesions tend to be ovoid, usually perpendicular to the lateral ventricles, maybe juxtacortical, corpus callosum, infratentorial or spinal.
Patients with COPD had a more than threefold increase in the prevalence of microbleeds in deep or infratentorial locations (OR, 3.
It expands and updates coverage of all supratentorial, infratentorial, and spinal cord tumors, and adds emphasis on the biological and cytogenetic basis of disease and post-chemotherapy morbidity, including post-chemo and radiotherapy, cognitive function, and secondary malignancies.
Infratentorial tuberculomas may present with brainstem syndromes, cerebellar signs and multiple lower cranial nerve palsies apart from obstructive hydrocephalus (1).
Cranial CT showed an infratentorial hematoma with a compressed 4th ventricle due to a mass effect and subarachnoid hemorrhage.
Of the new microbleeds, 60% were strictly lobar and 40% were either deep or infratentorial microbleeds.
Cerebral MRI, performed 24 hours later, showed features of encephalitis with diffuse white matter signal abnormalities in the supratentorial and infratentorial regions.
A final model that included Gd-enhancement, juxtacortical, infratentorial and periventricular lesions had an accuracy of 80%.
Differential growth between the fetal brain and its infratentorial part.