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falx

[falks]
(anatomy)
A sickle-shaped structure.
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(11) Calcifications in the falx cerebri are extremely rare in pediatrics; their presence is considered pathologic and should raise suspicion for GS until ruled out.
Cranial computerized tomography (CT) revealed frontal bossing; and basal ganglia, falx cerebri, and tentorium cerebelli calcifications (Picture 4).
Critique: A simply riveting and entertaining read from cover to cover, "Release Your Inner Roman: A Treatise by Marcus Sidonius Falx" is an extraordinary, unique, and highly recommended addition to personal reading lists and community library collections.
Kim, "Isolated meningeal chloroma (granulocytic sarcoma) in a child with acute lymphoblastic leukemia mimicking a falx meningioma," Child's Nervous System, vol.
The Roman guide to save management: A treatise by Nobleman Marcus Sidonius Falx. New York, NY: Overlook Press.
Computed tomography (CT) of the head identified air along the anterior margin of the falx cerebri; the CT also showed that the nasal pack had been placed appropriately (figure).
On MRI, there was pus in the right lateral ventricle and 4th ventricle and posterior falx and medial left occipital lobe empyemas.
False Falx meal (FFM) is rich in protein having crude protein similar to canola and rich in PUFAs, especially n-3 (omega-3) fatty acids (Putnam et al., 1993) and comparatively cheaper than other sources especially soybean.
The syndrome consists of multiple BCCs, odontogenic keratocysts of jaws, palmer, or planter pits, anomalies of the ribs and spine (bifid ribs, spina bifida) and calcification of the falx cerebri.
The edematous range determines a mass effect over the left VL comprising it, and over the falx cerebri, with a right-deviation of 7-8 mm.