intracisternal

intracisternal

 [in″trah-sis-ter´nal]
within a subarachnoid cistern.

in·tra·cis·ter·nal

(in'tră-sis-tĕr'năl),
Within one of the subarachnoid cisternae; usually refers to the introduction of a cannula into the cerebellomedullary cistern for aspiration of cerebrospinal fluid or the injection of air into the ventricles of the brain.

intracisternal

(ĭn″tră-sĭs-tĕr′năl) [″ + cisterna, cavity]
Within a cistern of the brain.
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Following a single administration given by intracisternal injection, RGX-181 treatment is designed to modify cells in the CNS, thereby providing a durable source of TPP1 and allowing for long-term correction of cells throughout the CNS.
Chemical injury on the spinal cord of the rabbit after intracisternal injection of gentamicin.
The culture solution was centrifuged and precipitated, and Streptococcus pneumoniae suspension at the concentration of 1.5 x [10.sup.8] cfu x [ML.sup.-1] was diluted with sterile normal saline for intracisternal injection [19, 20].
Differently, ERVs such as intracisternal A-particle (IAP) are active in mice, but not mobilized in human except in some pathological conditions [3].
Unilateral abducens nerve palsy may be caused by direct brainstem compression, intracisternal involvement, or tumor invasion of the clivus, parasellar structures, and systemic disease such as diabetes mellitus or hypertension pressure.
[8] Both intracisternal and intravenous clonidine administrations resulted to hyperglycemia reflecting variations in the mechanisms on its central and peripheral effects.
Finklestein, "Intracisternal basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) enhances behavioral recovery following focal cerebral infarction in the rat," Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, vol.
The animals received intracisternal injection of 10 [micro]L of artificial cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) as a placebo or an equivalent volume of S.
TF; FVII [PLA.sub.2] activity (tymol/min/mg Name toxin) (d) Reference Neurotoxin Crotoxin 85 [26] Ms[PLA.sub.2]-I Yes [27] Taipoxin 0.4 [28-30] Textilotoxin 3.2 [13, 28, 31] Ammodytoxin 280 [32-35] [beta]-Bungarotoxin 61 [36, 37] Notexin 1390 [38, 39] Myotoxin Myotoxin III 750 [40] Myotoxin II None [41] CoaTx-II None [42] Cr,5 None [43] BaTX None [44] Cr-IV 1 0.014 [45] Ammodytin L None [46] Anticoagulant Daboxin P 1140 [47] RVV-PFIIc' Yes [48] CM-IV Yes [49, 50] CM-II Yes [51, 52] (a) BPTI, bovine pancreatic trypsin inhibitor; (b) i.c.v., intracerebroventricular; i.v., intravenous; i.c., intracisternal; i.p., intraperitoneal.
In 2013 compression of intracisternal part of TN by bipolar forcep was carried out in those cases in which offending vessel was not found7,8.
Continuous intracisternal and high cervical intrathecal bupivacaine analgesia in refractory head and neck pain.