tentorium


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(anatomy) a fold of dura mater that covers the cerebellum and supports the occipital lobes of the cerebrum

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Bioactive Potential of Coral Associated Gastropod, Trochus tentorium of Gulf of Mannar, Southeastern India.
Aqui, el uncus se hernia sobre el tentorium cerebelli, resultando en la compresion del tercer nervio ipsilateral y el pedunculo cerebral, causando alteracion clasica del tercer par ipsilateral y hemiparesia contralateral.
Tentorium Middle East, a company promoting high-end natural bee products, is educating the health-conscious clients about the benefits of Propolis and of bee products.
9 cm with a striated pattern abutting the tentorium with small linear areas of hyperattenuation that were considered to reflect traumatic hemorrhages or calcifications.
Tentorium 112-158 long, 30-40 (5) wide; stipes 108-162 long (6), 6-10 wide (6).
Sensitive therapists can even detect, explore, and manually bioregulate the most intricate relationship between anatomically distant parts, such as the relationship between the tentorium cerebelli and the respiratory diaphragm, or between the temporal bones and sacroiliac joints.
It reflects involvement of peripheral pupilloconstrictor fibres in the oculomotor (III) nerve, as a result of compression on the margin of the tentorium.
These folds include the falx cerebri (separating the left and right cerebral hemispheres), and the tentorium, which separates the cerebral hemispheres from the cerebellum (see Box 1, p23).
Donde encontramos una diversidad de lexico superior es en las referencias a la tienda: statio, orda, tentorium son los terminos utilizados por J.
HPCs often arise from dural sinuses, skull base, tentorium, and the falx cerebri.
Hypertrophic cranial pachymeningitis is a rare chronic fibrosing inflammatory disease characterised by localized or diffuse thickening of duramater, leptomeninges, and tentorium.
57) The brain then herniates through the tentorium and foramen magnum, which crushes the brain stem and leads to the functional losses discussed above.
The two cases of Dandy-Walker complex and Joubert syndrome and related disorders highlight the superiority of MRI in evaluating for vermian dysplasia or aplasia, the shape of the fourth ventricle, the insertion of the tentorium cerebelli and the presence of the pontine bulge.
Este tumor pode se localizar nas adjacencias das convexidades do cortex cerebral, falx cerebral, tentorium cerebelar, tronco encefalico (em regiao ventral ou lateral), espaco ventricular (associado ao plexo coroide) ou retrobulbar.
Sited below the tentorium, childhood brain tumours can often obstruct the flow of cerebro-spinal fluid, causing hydrocephalus and leading to more general symptoms; therefore it is not usually the presence of the tumour itself that leads to the symptoms.