spinal dura mater

spinal dura mater

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single-layered strong membrane, comparable and continuous with (at the foramen magnum) the meningeal layer of the intracranial dura mater of the brain. It does not (in contrast to the dura mater of brain) adhere to the enveloping bony structures (vertebrae) or their periosteum, being separated from the latter by a considerable space, the vertebral epidural space-a true space containing the internal vertebral venous plexus embedded in a matrix of epidural fat.
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In the past 20 years, the findings confirm that the RCPmi is connected to the cervical spinal dura mater via the MDB through the posterior antlanto-occipital interspace (Hack et al.
Anatomical study on the connections between the suboccipital structures and the spinal dura mater.
Since the spinal cord is injured by being compressed with the intervertebral disc tissues in front of the spinal dura mater and fractured bones, anterior decompression is more suitable for alleviating or eliminating spinal cord compression under direct vision.
They can occur in many atypical locations, ranging from the neck to the spinal dura mater, to below the diaphragm.
12) They noted the presence of connective tissue attaching the RCPmi fascia and the spinal dura mater in the posterior cranio-cervical region in adult human cadavers.
Investigation of connective tissue attachments to the cervical spinal dura mater.