extradural


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Related to extradural: extradural anaesthesia, Epidural haemorrhage
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Synonyms for extradural

on or outside the dura mater

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Advantages of MRI over CT and ultrasonography include: multiplanar imaging (useful for assessing invasion of adjacent organs); detection of extradural tumor extension; identification of bone marrow metastases (useful for staging); and, delineation of intra-abdominal vascular displacement or encasement without using intravenous contrast media.
Experience in the treatment of intractable cervical pain and in the conduct of extradural (epidural) analgesia.
Intracranial complications include meningitis, extradural abscess, brain abscess, lateral sinus thrombosis, and hydrocephalus.
That imaging also indicated that a soft tissue extradural mass was compressing the anterior aspect of the spinal cord (Fig.
The other pathologies (subarachnoid, subdural and extradural haemorrhage, and base of skull fractures) occurred at a remarkably lower rate.
The child was admitted to the intensive care unit and a diagnosis of extradural haematoma was made.
Since then, reports have drawn a distinct correlation between long-term administration of steroid and hypertrophy of adipose in the extradural space, associating this with the general increase in adipose tissue deposition associated with Cushing's syndrome.
This approach allows for extradural elevation of the temporal lobe along the entire floor of the middle fossa, identification of all dural defects, and direct repair of the dura and bony defects.
2) Other lesions reported to cause amaurosis symptomatology include craniopharyngioma, nasopharyngeal carcinoma, meningioma, optic nerve glioma, Rathe's cleft cyst, metastatic breast carcinoma, ca rcinomatosis, leukemia, orbital or optic canal metastasis of prostate cancer, leukemia, pituitary mass or apoplexy, acute extradural hematoma, or cavernous angioma.
6% of patients had intra-medullary tumours, 57% had intraforaminal tumours (dumbbell), and 33% had extradural tumours.
Since most giant aneurysms are associated with the extradural internal carotid artery, the middle cerebral artery, or the basilar artery, (4) "masses" occurring within these regions should include aneurysm in the differential diagnosis.
All appropriate preoperative assessments and planning were conducted, and the patient returned for an extradural tumor biopsy and partial resection via an endonasal transethmoid, transsphenoid approach.
The endoscope was used to assist with the subgaleal and extradural bony dissection.
Capogna G, Celleno D, Lyons G, Columb M, Fusco P Minimum local analgesic concentration of extradural bupivacaine increases with progression of labour.