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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The MRI revealed a low T1 and heterogeneous T2 signal extra-axial, enhancing lesion along the left tentorium cerebelli, with no edema in the adjacent brain parenchyma.
They reported that 10 patients with marked brain edema associated with a brain tumor or cerebral infarction showed SAH-like HDAs along the interhemispheric fissure and tentorium cerebelli on CT head.
HCP is most commonly seen in the falx cerebri and tentorium cerebelli and is rare around the cavernous sinus [1].
No previous reports of patients with either multiple enterogenous cysts or with such cysts above the tentorium are reported.
(2) LPM usually occurs in young and middle age patients, with most common locations being cerebral convexities, skull base, parasagittal area within the superior sagittal sinus, cervical canal, optic nerve and tentorium. (3) Histopathological examination shows extensive infiltrates of lymphocytes and plasma cells often obscuring the meningothelial component.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed an enhanced infiltration of left middle cranial fossa dura with infiltration of tentorium and mild compression of temporobasal brain with propagation in the left middle ear and the cavernous sinus and surrounding the left internal carotid artery (Figure 2).
J.K.P., Bioactive Potential of Coral Associated Gastropod, Trochus tentorium of Gulf of Mannar, Southeastern India.
Kohut, Serhii Plokhy, and Larry Wolff, eds., Tentorium Honorum: Essays Presented to Frank E.
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.
His initial CT scan was performed without contrast and revealed a hypodensity in the right cerebellar hemisphere measuring 3.2 x 2.9 cm with a striated pattern abutting the tentorium with small linear areas of hyperattenuation that were considered to reflect traumatic hemorrhages or calcifications.
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.
Yalcinlar, "Primary intracranial extradural hydatid cyst extending above and below the tentorium," British Journal of Neurosurgery, vol.
It reflects involvement of peripheral pupilloconstrictor fibres in the oculomotor (III) nerve, as a result of compression on the margin of the tentorium.