cerebrospinal fluid

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Synonyms for cerebrospinal fluid

clear liquid produced in the ventricles of the brain

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Kim YH, Han JH, Kim CY, Oh CW: Closed-suction drainage and cerebrospinal fluid leakage following microvascular decompression: A retrospective comparison study.
We found that patients with a greater number of amyloid-beta oligomers in the cerebrospinal fluid had a more pronounced disease," said Dr.
My first project was to develop a rapid and accurate micromethod for measuring protein concentrations in cerebrospinal fluid and urine.
Surgical treatment of cerebrospinal fluid fistulae involving lateral extension of the sphenoid sinus.
Pudenz Award for Excellence in Cerebrospinal fluid Physiology for the year 2006.
With the new expanded indication, TachoSil becomes the first and only dual action surgical patch approved in adults for: Improvement of hemostasis, or the arrest of bleeding; Tissue sealing; Suture support in vascular surgery; and Supportive sealing to prevent postoperative cerebrospinal leakage following neurological surgery.
They found that cerebrospinal fluid levels of AB42 appear to be decreased at least five to 10 years before some patients with mild cognitive impairment develop AD dementia whereas other spinal fluid levels seem to be later markers of disease.
The Obex NeuroFilm product is a synthetic ready-to-use self-adhesive barrier for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leak prevention.
While killing an injured crow (Corvus brachyrhynchos), the officer struck the struggling bird on a nearby horizontal pipe gate, which resulted in fracture of the skull, causing brain tissue and cerebrospinal fluid to spray onto his head, face, neck, and right shoulder.
The researchers tested cerebrospinal fluid, which bathes the spinal cord and parts of the brain.
Occasionally, the distinction can be made by noting the presence of meningitis and/or cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea, either before or after surgical manipulation.
Risk factors that were possibly associated with risk of at least one subtype of meningitis included history of otitis media prior to implant surgery, presence of inner ear malformations combined with a cerebrospinal fluid leak, cerebrospinal fluid leak alone, history of placement of a ventriculoperitoneal shunt, incomplete electrode insertion, exposure to smoking at home, and use of a positioner during surgery.
Findings include cerebrospinal fluid eosinophilic pleocytosis, peripheral eosinophilia, deep white matter abnormalities on MRI, and positive serologic cerebrospinal fluid and serum titers.