intercerebral

in·ter·ce·re·bral

(in'tĕr-se-rĕ'-brăl),
Between the cerebral hemispheres.

intercerebral

[-ser′əbrəl]
Etymology: L, inter, between, cerebrum, brain
pertaining to the area between the left and right cerebral hemispheres.

intercerebral

(ĭn″tĕr-sĕr′ĕ-brăl) [″ + cerebrum, brain]
Between the two cerebral hemispheres.
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One mouse (inoculated with homogenate from patient vCJD-1) died within the first few days after intercerebral inoculation.
Both intercerebral and subarachnoid hemorrhage have a poor prognosis, and over 50 percent of patients who suffer them die soon after the event.
A computed tomography scan of his brain showed a subarachnoid hemorrhage and intercerebral hematoma.
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Central nervous system DLBCL is defined as a primary lymphoma of the intercerebral or intraocular areas, excluding those that are dural lymphomas, those that are immunodeficiency related, or as mentioned, those that are due to secondary spread.
Some patients with subarachnoid or intercerebral hemorrhage may have a transient headache hours or days before the onset of symptoms that lead them to seek medical attention.
Experiments involving contamination by oral and intercerebral means were launched in the United Kingdom during the 1990s, but researchers are unable to offer any firm conclusions about the findings.