transdural

transdural

 [trans-do̳r´al]
through or across the dura mater.
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Herdmann, "Chronic dura erosion and intradural lumbar disc herniation: CT and MR imaging and intraoperative photographs of a transdural sequestrectomy," European Spine Journal, vol.
Mixter and Barr performed the first lumbar discectomy by a laminectomy and transdural approach in 1934.
The transcranial and transdural tumors were classified as such on the basis of the patients initial signs/symptoms and radiologic findings.
Sasaki, "Spontaneous transdural extension of malignant astrocytoma.
Perhaps the earliest account of the removal of a herniated disc can be attributed to Krause, who, in 1909, resected a lumbar disc by way of a laminectomy followed by transdural disc resection.
hemorrhage and headache from dilated transdural collaterals).
Groen, "Posterior transdural discectomy: a new approach for the removal of a central thoracic disc herniation," European Spine Journal, vol.
Transdural Metastasis from Adenocarcinoma of the Prostate mimicking SDH: Case Report.
Several transdural, leptomeningeal, and pial collateral vessels.