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pia mater

[′pē·ə ‚mād·ər]
(anatomy)
The vascular membrane covering the surface of the brain and spinal cord.
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These neurons migrate in all directions in the MZ beneath the pial surface.
Pial synangiosis (placing a branch of the external carotid artery in apposition to the pia-arachnoid) is an example of an indirect bypassing procedure that can be used.
These lesions characteristically involve the pupil by compressing the pial blood vessels and the superficially located pupillary fibres.
6 Differential diagnoses of intraparenchymal-calcified lesions include metabolic disorders (hyperparathyroidism, lead poisoning), infectious disorders (cytomegalovirus infection, toxoplasmosis, tuberculomas), neoplasms (ependymoma, oligodendroglioma), and vascular malformation, including Sturge-Weber syndrome and pial arteriovenous malformation.
where surgery was performed on both sides of the brain using the pial synangiosis procedure.
Several transdural, leptomeningeal, and pial collateral vessels.
Kraniyal manyetik rezonans goruntulemesinde (MRG) FLAIR sekansinda beyin sapinda pial yuzeyde intensite artimi ve T1 sekansinda leptomeningeal kontrast tutulumu saptandi.
In general, the major extrinsic arteries of the spinal cord are the anterior and posterior spinal arteries, anterior and posterior radiculomedullary arteries and pial arteries.
This effect still occurs even when there is an intact pial layer as reported by Mut et al, who demonstrated that hydrogen peroxide directly crossed the intact pia (2).
Middle cerebral artery pial territory infarcts: a study of the Lausanne Stroke Registry.
Our study investigates the state of pial and intracerebral vessels and nerve tissue of the human brain in acute anemia on the background of alcohol intoxication of mild and moderate degree.