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Synonyms for syrinx

a primitive wind instrument consisting of several parallel pipes bound together

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(1,2,4,5,9) Syrinxes can be lined with ependymal or glial cells and are thought to be filled with a derivative of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
Other syrinxes may be drained by the use of shunts.
"We've found that many children with juvenile scoliosis have intradural and extradural MRI changes, including syrinxes, lipomas, and tethered cords.
In this late spring, hormones were raging, and syrinxes (bird voice boxes) were well tuned.
Yet, even with shunting, some syrinxes continue to progress or resume progression later.