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Synonyms for space

an extent, measured or unmeasured, of linear space

a wide and open area, as of land, sky, or water

a rather short period

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a blank character used to separate successive words in writing or printing

the interval between two times

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one of the areas between or below or above the lines of a musical staff

(printing) a block of type without a raised letter

place at intervals

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In our institution, EBP were administered using 20 cc of blood taken from the patient's arm and injected it into the epidural space one level cranial to the surgical procedure level, verified by fluoroscopy.
But in our case, seizure developed while blood was being injected into the epidural space and it did not recur during the second and slower procedure or thereafter.
Some cases after EBP report that the epidural needle was correctly located within the epidural space (15,16), so it has been speculated that while the operator is collecting venous blood, the dural rent from an earlier unintentional dural puncture allows air to pass to the subarachnoid space, because of negative intrathoracic pressure during inspiration, which reduces epidural pressure to subatmospheric.
SEL is a condition in which an abnormal excess adipose tissue is deposited circumferentially around the spinal cord in the epidural space.
An injection of cortisone or other steroid into the epidural space treats inflammation of the spinal nerve roots resulting from disk compression or spinal stenosis.
Foraminoplasty involves the use of Holmium laser energy through an endoscope to create an opening through the foramen into the epidural space (through which the nerves of the spinal column extend), by vaporizing a small amount of non-load bearing bone in the spine.
With a direct view of tissue in the epidural space surrounding the spine, we can locate the source of pain for many types of problems and test whether a given treatment, such as the injection of medication along a particular nerve route, will be worthwhile," explains Timothy R.
A labor epidural is the injection of a cocaine-like drug called bupivocaine into the epidural space located at the base of a woman's spinal column during the laboring stage of childbirth.
With the Spinal Modulation[TM] SCS system, a specialized system is placed in epidural space near the DRG, allowing pain signals to be modulated.
The electrical pulses are conveyed by small electrodes placed in the epidural space and connected to a compact battery-powered generator implanted under the skin.
Patients have a wire that is connected to a battery pack and inserted into their epidural space.
The upper level of the contrast medium in the subarachnoid space was observed to rise progressively when 5 ml aliquots of normal saline were injected into the epidural space.
In this paper, we present a case of primary frontal sinus aspergilloma which eroded the posterior wall of the frontal sinus, reaching the epidural space and resulting in empyema.
47-49) The epidural space can be reached via caudal, interlaminar or transforaminal approaches.
Initially, a trial is performed by placing temporary leads into the epidural space to evaluate the patient's response to electrical current to the spinal cord.