meningeal

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meningeal

 [mĕ-nin´je-al]
pertaining to the meninges.

me·nin·ge·al

(mĕ-nin'jē-ăl, men'in-jē'ăl), Although the correct pronunciation is menin'geal, the pronunciation meninge'al is often heard in the U.S.
Relating to the meninges.

meningeal

(mə-nĭn′jē-əl)
adj.
Of or affecting the meninges.

meningeal

adjective Referring to the meninges, see there.

me·nin·ge·al

(me-nin'jē-ăl)
Relating to the meninges.

meninges

(mĕn-ĭn′jēz) meninx [Gr.]
1. Membranes.
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MENINGES: Frontal section of top of skull
2. The three membranes covering the spinal cord and brain: dura mater (external), arachnoid (middle), and pia mater (internal). See: illustration
meningeal (mĕn-ĭn′jē-ăl), adjective
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The pathological lesions found with greater frequency in the encephala from mice inoculated with newly born blood were parenchymal hemorrhage and meningeal hemorrhage in a discrete way while inflammation was of severe intensity and other lesions were of mild intensity.
That too Meningeal hemorrhages and cranial fractures are the most frequent fatal injuries than actual injury to the underlying brain substance.
These authors referred to two other cases in the literature of hemorrhage into a lacerated frontal lobe occurring several weeks after "cerebral blast concussion" (shell explosion) with no solid blow to the head and to additional case reports of cerebral edema, petechial and meningeal hemorrhages, cerebral contusion and laceration, and intracerebral and subdural hematoma after a cerebral blast injury.