intradural


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intradural

 [in″trah-doo´ral]
within or beneath the dura mater.

in·tra·du·ral

(in'tră-dū'răl),
Within or enclosed by the dura mater.

intradural

adjective Within or under the dura mater.
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In practice, we believe that intradural injection presents as an inadequate neuraxial block because the spread of local anaesthetic is restricted by the dural laminae and adjacent tissues, which have limited elasticity, but which allow the space to expand to an unknown degree (2,3).
Intraradicular disc herniations in the lumbar spine and a new classification of intradural disc herniations.
(%) Intracranial tumours 37 (31) 55 (25) Head injuries: total 40 (33) 33 (15) Acute trauma 9 9 Chronic subdural haematomas 31 24 Intracranial aneurysms 0 5 (2) Ventricular shunts/drains 11 (9) 31 (14) Spinal operations: total 17 (9) 77 (35) Degenerative disease 6 45 Extradural tumours 9 26 Intradural tumours 2 6 Others 16 (13) 20 (9) Total 121 (100) 221 (100) Table V shows the outcome of first-time surgery for meningiomas in 144 patients divided into three age bands.
They are found most commonly in intradural extramedullary and intramedullary locations of the thoracic spine and cauda region (52).
Operasyonun intradural donemi patolojiye ozeldir ve hastaya gore degerlendirilir.
Sencer, "Cervical intradural glass fragment: a rare cause of neuropathic pain," Turkish Neurosurgery, vol.
What is noteworthy about the history of this case is that she had a shunting operation for the intradural cervical cyst using a silicone tube to create a communication between the cyst cavity and the subarachnoid space with a posterior approach 22 years ago.
Angioplasty of the left ICA was deemed to be higher risk, because the affected intradural segments were very elongated.