interpeduncular


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in·ter·pe·dun·cu·lar

(in'tĕr-pe-dŭnk'yū-lăr),
Between any two peduncles.

interpeduncular

/in·ter·pe·dun·cu·lar/ (-pĕ-dunk´u-lar) situated between two peduncles, as between two cerebellar peduncles.

interpeduncular

(ĭn′tər-pĭ-dŭng′kyə-lər)
adj.
Located between two peduncles, especially the cerebral peduncles of the brain.

interpeduncular

between two peduncles, e.g. cerebellar peduncles.
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Post-contrast scans reveal meningeal enhancement along the Sylvian fissures, interpeduncular, perimesencephalic cisterns, ependymal enhancement along bilateral ventricular linings and bilateral choroid plexus enhancement; TOF Angio reveals beaded appearance of bilateral MCA and PCA.
Researchers, who conducted studies in mice, found that nicotine addiction can be traced to a single brain region called the interpeduncular nucleus, where neurons "fire up" when someone is gasping for a cigarette, News.
The molar tooth sign refers to the characteristic appearance on axial CT or MRI of enlarged and horizontally directed columnar structures on each side of the midline flanking a deep interpeduncular fossa.
The spatial 3D anatomical knowledge of the CS is important to approached lesions in the interpeduncular fossa trough a transcavernous approach, in special upper basilar artery aneurysms (34,35,36).
Background: The circle of Willis, present in the interpeduncular cistern at the base of the brain, is the major source of blood supply of the brain.
La anestesia subaracnoidea puede ser tecnicamente dificil y su distribucion inadecuada por hiperlordosis lumbar, cifoescoliosis toracica marcada, disminucion progresiva de la distancia interpeduncular y estenosis generalizada del espacio raquideo o epidural (18).
No predice vasoespasmo Grado III Sangre abundante de > de 1mm de espesor en el piano vertical (cisterna insular, ambiens o cisura interhemisferica) o en el piano longitudinal de mas de3x5mm (cisterna interpeduncular o silviana).
The inter-peduncular fossa is bridged by the arachnoid membrane and contains a pool of cerebro-spinal fluid (CSF; the interpeduncular cistern).
Others include bleeding at the level of the choroid plexus, ventricular wall, ventriculostomy, or interpeduncular cistern.
Endoscope-assisted supraorbital craniotomy for lesions of the interpeduncular fossa.