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a sac or cavity containing fluid especially lymph or cerebrospinal fluid

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The diagnosis of PNH mainly relies on brain MRI, which reveals bilateral, nearly contiguous PNH lining the lateral ventricles isolated or associated with thinning of the corpus callosum and malformations of the posterior fossa such as cerebellar hypoplasia and enlarged cisterna magna.
We included all reported cases of fetal mega cisterna magna from January 2007 till July 2011.
Post natal neuro-imaging confirmation is required for all fetuses with mega cisterna magna on fetal sonography.
Technique for collecting cerebrospinal fluid in the cisterna magna of non-anesthetized rats.
American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine: Basic elements of a standard second-trimester fetal anatomy scan * Focus Structures Head, face, neck Cerebellum Choroid plexus Cisterna magna Lateral cerebral ventricles Midline falx Cavum septi pellucidi Upper lip Nuchal fold** Chest 4-chamber view Outflow tracts, if feasible Abdomen Stomach: presence, size, and situs Kidneys Bladder Umbilical cord insertion site (into fetal abdomen) Umbilical cord vessel number Spine Cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and sacral Extremities Legs and arms: presence or absence Sex * A more detailed fetal anatomic examination may be indicated if an abnormality is found on the standard examination.
Como conclusion decir que este modelo de anestesia/ analgesia en el perro es una tecnica menos invasiva y presenta complicaciones mas leves que el descrito en la bibliografia en otras especies mediante abordaje occipital de la cisterna magna, y puede tener una utilidad clinica veterinaria como en medicina humana.
Intrathecal urokinasa infusion through a microcatheter into the cisterna magna to prevent cerebral vasospasm: experimental study in dogs.
The cisterna magna is a space lying between the cerebellum and medulla oblongata that is important in collecting cerebral spinal fluid (CSF) in some patients with contraindication or the impossibility of lumbar puncture and in intrathecal administration medication infusion.
05 cm, from skin to the posterior wall of cisterna magna, the level of significance was set at 5% (two-sided analysis) with 90% power and an allowable error a at 0.
The various posterior fossa malformations detected were Dandy Walker malformation (DWM, 1 case), Dandy Walker variant (DWV, 2 cases), mega cisterna magna (MCM, 8 cases), arachnoid cysts (5 cases), Chiari 1 malformation (5 cases), Chairi 2 malformation (2 cases), Joubert malformation (1 case), lipoma (2 cases), vermian and/or cerebellar hypoplasia without posterior fossa cysts (4 cases).
Cystic posterior fossa malformations - Dandy Walker malformation, Dandy Walker variant, mega cisterna magna, Blake's pouch cyst, arachnoid cyst.
Antenatal US demonstrated polyhydramnios, an enlarged cisterna magna (> 10 mm), a cavum septum pellucidum, and retarded long bone growth (at 5th percentile).
Other findings on CT or MRI of the head include dilatation of the fourth ventricle, enlargement of the cisterna magna, and sinusitis.
These posterior fossa cystic malformations have been divided into DW Malformation; DW Variant; mega cisterna magna and posterior fossa arachnoid cyst.
Cystic or cyst-like malformations of the posterior fossa represent a spectrum of disorders, including the Dandy-Walker malformation, vermian-cerebellar hypoplasia, mega cisterna magna, and arachnoid cyst.