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intracranial

[¦in·trə′krā·nē·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the cranium.
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Albeit rare, dermoid enlargement may extend intraorbitally and/or intracranially, (4) but this is more commonly seen with midline nasal and scalp lesions.
In groups 4 and 5, M002 was injected intracranially at day 3 as single injection (group 4) or followed by vaccination prior to implantation.
In the same study, glioma-initiating cells were implanted intracranially in athymic nude mice and randomized to a treatment group consisting of intraperitoneal (IP) injection of curcumin (300mg/kg) every 3 days or control group (n = 14 each).
The dislocated C1 that accompanied the occipital condyle fractures was intracranially impacted (a, b, and c).
The anterior portion in the soft tissues solidly enhances and intracranially has central necrosis.
Lesions that extend intracranially may show cyst formation at the tumor-brain interface which is a distinguishing feature of ENB when present (20, 31) (Figure 11C).
Intracranially retained sewing needle in a child: Does the rust on the needle have any implication, Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg 2008; 34: 159-62.
According to the former, tool use--a commonplace in situated cognition and the extended mind hypothesis (3)--is a matter of intracranially localized cognitive processes interacting with extracranial biological, chemical, and physical processes (Adams & Aizawa 2009, p.
Most commonly they are located intracranially, but they may be found extracranially at various sites.
7] Sarcomatous cells have been found in primary testicular tumours, their metastases and in primary extragonadal germ cell tumours originating intracranially, retroperitoneally and in the mediastinum.
1) Secondary intraorbital meningiomas arise intracranially and subsequently extend into the orbit.