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

/in·tra·du·ral/ (-dūr´'l) within or beneath the dura mater.

intradural

adjective Within or under the dura mater.

intradural

within or beneath the dura mater.
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The exact incidence of spinal meningiomas is not known; however, the total incidence of spinal intradural tumors is estimated to be from 3 to 10 per 100,000 persons per year (9).
5) A majority of hemangioblastomas are intramedullary, but they may occur within the intradural space, or even have an extradural localization.
The radiographic diagnosis was an intradural, extramedullary space-occupying lesion on the left side at the level of the intervertebral disk space C6/7.
Multiple intradural spinal hydatid disease: A case report and review of literature.
The text uses a visual approach by integrating many images, anatomic illustrations, and operative photos, and includes information on definitions, anatomy, pathogenesis, natural history, history and physical findings, imaging and other diagnostic studies, differential diagnosis, nonoperative and surgical management, techniques, postoperative care, outcomes, and complications for cervical, thoracolumbar, pediatric spine, and deformity surgeries, as well as surgeries for complications, intradural surgery, and various anterior and posterior approaches.
Episodic cauda equina compression from an intradural lumbar herniated disc: a case of 'floppy disc'.
Imaging studies suggested that the lesion was intradural and intra-axial.
Gergin kord gelisimiyle ilerleyici norolojik kayip varliginda cerrahi olarak intradural eksplorasyonla kord serbeslestirme yapilabilir (8).
Higher mortality rates are also associated with lower Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) scores, additional intradural lesions, temporal location, larger hematoma volumes, rapid clinical progression, pupil abnormalities, and increased intracranial pressure.
Chapters on surgery include discussion of percutaneous biopsy; cervical and minimally invasive approaches; and thoracic, thoracolumbar, lumbar, and intradural tumors.
Spinal vascular malformations have traditionally been classified into four entities: type I, spinal dural AVFs; type II, intramedullary glomus malformations; type III, extensive juvenile malformations; and type IV, intradural perimedullary AVFs (1).
of Occurrence of Intradural and Subdural Hemorrhage in the Perinatal and