pial


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pial

 [pi´al]
pertaining to the pia mater.

pi·al

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

pi·al

(pī'ăl)
Relating to the pia mater.
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We found statistical significance in pial ([chi square]=15.760; p=5.99) and dural invasion ([chi square]=9.870; p=5.99) in relation to EI.
Loss of autoregulation could result in disruption of brain metabolism, induction of brain edema, and increase the severity (25), which were consistent with our results on abnormal pial artery dilation, increasing cell apoptosis and severe motor function injury.
These neurons transiently assume a multipolar shape in the intermediate and subventricular zones (IZ/SVZ), frequently changing their direction of migration (5) before radially migrating towards the pial surface.
Now that really would have been fantasy football because, as you all knew, the name Pial Orfol was of course an anagram of April Fool.
Branching, pial enhancement may also be seen, probably representing dilated capillaries.
These lesions characteristically involve the pupil by compressing the pial blood vessels and the superficially located pupillary fibres.
Optik sinirin optik kanaldaki kanlanmasi pial damarlardandir, optik sinir basinin bu bolgede basiya ya da kontuzyona ugramasi kompartman sendromu yaratabilir ve olusan odem iskemiyi daha da arttirir.
[29] Project PIAL, "Internet activities," October 1, 2008, http://www.pewinternet.org/trends/Internet_Activities_7.22.08.aspx.
Type 2 "intracortical" lesions are demyelinated lesions entirely contained within the cortex, not reaching the pial or subcortical white matter surface.
DEP reduced platelet numbers and aggravated in vivo thrombosis in pial arterioles.
Pak Srilanka 121 all out (Pial 30, Ijaz 4/21) bt AFS Qatar 94 all out (Bilal 49, Shahzad 4-17) by 27 runs.