pial


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pial

 [pi´al]
pertaining to the pia mater.

pi·al

(pī'ăl, pē'ăl),
Relating to the pia mater.

pial

/pi·al/ (pi´il) pertaining to the pia mater.

pi·al

(pī'ăl)
Relating to the pia mater.

pial

pertaining to the pia mater.
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Long-term outcome in children with moyamoya syndrome after cranial revascularization by pial synangiosis.
Criteriom of optimal function of the systems of large and small pial arteries.
Hannon (1996) describes nursing roles before, during, and after pial synangiosis surgery in detail.
CHANGES IN PIAL ARTERIOLAR RESISTANCE DURING VASOCONSTRICTIVE AND VASODILATORY CHALLENGE.
When speaking to Thompson on Friday he told me that Pial had signed at the start of the season, but had to return home to Budapest where he aggravated an old injury while training with local club Ferencvarosi.
Effect of TouFengYu pills on mice cerebral pial microcirculation disturbance.
Subarachnoid haemorrhage and intracerebral haemorrhage can occur in this age group, owing to re-routing of blood into the pial veins.
Endogenous opioids have been implicated in pathophysiological processes contributing to neuronal damage following brain injury, through impairing NMDA-mediated cerebrovasodilation in the pial arteries [46].
Anatomical studies have shown that there is significant variation in the vascular supply of the optic nerve (2), and while the anterior portion receives blood centripetally from the pial supply and centrifugally from the central retinal artery, in the majority of individuals the posterior portion relies solely upon the pial vasculature.
This is accomplished by regulation of the diameter of the resistant vessels including the major arteries in the brain parenchyma and the pial arteries (Mchedlishvili, 1980; Rogers & Stump, 1989).
Taped VHS recordings of 360 OX magnification of pial arterioles were digitally captured at a rate of 15 frame/sec.