arachnoid


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arachnoid

[ə′rak‚nȯid]
(anatomy)
A membrane that covers the brain and spinal cord and lies between the pia mater and dura mater.
(botany)
Of cobweblike appearance, caused by fine white hairs. Also known as araneose.
(invertebrate zoology)
Any invertebrate related to or resembling the Arachnida.
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The non-neoplastic lesions encountered were cerebellar abscess and arachnoid cyst.
Cervical Intradural Ventral Arachnoid Cyst Resected Via Anterior Corpectomy With Reconstruction: A Case Report.
The spinal or epidural needle may perforate the dura mater and the arachnoid with the orifice located between the two spaces.
As in meningeoma, the dura and leptomeninges involvement does not normally appear together, and it is believed that arachnoid cells in the part of arachnoid mass can prevent inflammation from spreading.
The common posterior fossa abnormalities are mega cisterna magna and arachnoid cysts.
Nanosheets are a multilayer construction of antibacterial chitosan and alginic acid, and by applying them to damaged pleura or digestive tract perforation and damaged areas of the arachnoid membrane, they function as an effective tissue seal.
1%) with encephalocele, arachnoid cysts, hydrenencephaly and 01 each with exencephaly and holoprosencephaly.
Leptomeningeal carcinomatosis is a condition where cancerous cells are found in the arachnoid mater and pia mater, the second innermost and innermost layers of the meninges.
The differential diagnosis for an obstructing pelvic cyst includes dural ectasias extending into the pelvis as an anterior sacral meningocele, as well as other masses of genito-urinary, gynecologic and gastrointestinal origin including ovarian cysts, bladder diverticuli and congenital arachnoid cysts.
The prefilled syringes reportedly are designed to cut down on preparation time and make it easier for patients on intrathecal (when a drug is introduced under the arachnoid membrane of the brain or spinal cord) Baclofen therapy.
Meningiomas are the benign tumour derived from arachnoid cells.
Type I is further divided into two subgroups: Type IA is an EMC (extradural arachnoid cyst) and a Type IB is a sacral meningocele (occult sacral meningocele).