cerebrospinal fluid

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Synonyms for cerebrospinal fluid

clear liquid produced in the ventricles of the brain

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Wednesday, August 20: Bacterial infection identified in his cerebral spinal fluid.
The study found that people who have higher pulse pressure are more likely to have the Alzheimer's biomarkers amyloid beta, or plaques, and p-tau protein, or tangles, in their cerebral spinal fluid than those with lower pulse pressure.
The bolt may cause less local tissue damage; however, an EVD allows for drainage of cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) and is the recommended device in adult TBI guidelines (Bhalla, Dewhirst, Sawardekar, Dairo, & Tobias, 2012).
The operation left a hole in the base of his skull meaning a leak of Cerebral Spinal Fluid (CSF) which is drained away by a shunt at the base of his spine.
They said the biomarker was present in cerebral spinal fluid at least 10 years before first signs of dementia set in.
The brain is surrounded by a membrane called the arachnoid and bathed in cerebral spinal fluid (CSF).
The third offering from Integra is the next generation of its Camino platform, a monitoring system for continuous intracranial pressure monitoring and cerebral spinal fluid drainage.
A cannula and osmotic pump is surgically inserted into mice with either artificial cerebral spinal fluid or anti-mitotic agent cytosine arabinoside (AraC).
Prognostic significance of blasts in the cerebral spinal fluid without pleiocytosis or a traumatic lumbar puncture in children with acute lymphoblastic leukemia: experience of the Dutch Childhood Oncology Group.
Apart from its defense-related activities, the company is also engaged in the development of implantable artificial lungs, wireless flow sensors to non-invasively monitor cerebral spinal fluid, wearable devices for continuous hemodialysis, waste-to-energy conversion solutions, etc.
The cerebral spinal fluid cytology showed 5 white blood cells with 79% mononuclear cells; protein, 22 mg/dL (range, 15-45 mg/dL); glucose, 72 ng/dL (range, 50-80 ng/dL); and lactic acid, 2 mmol/L (range, 0-2 mmol/L).
NSCs access some of these nurturing factors by sending cellular extensions into the cerebral spinal fluid (CSF), which is rich in stem cell-promoting proteins.
Additionally, Medistem published that ERC caused no side effects in 4 patients administered ERC intrathecally, meaning directly into the cerebral spinal fluid which is in direct contact with the brain.
These stem cells will be injected into the cerebral spinal fluid surrounding the spinal cord in 20 participants with a confirmed diagnosis of progressive MS.
The team also measured amyloid-beta levels in the cerebral spinal fluid of some healthy young people and found the same pattern as in the mice.