extradural


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extradural

(ˌɛkstrəˈdjʊərəl)
adj
(Anatomy) another word for epidural1
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Adj.1.extradural - on or outside the dura mater
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ex·tra·du·ral

a. extradural. V.: epidural
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2, Extradural 59 31 (53) and subdural abscess, unspecified A87.
However, complete tumor resection is very difficult given that tumors can grow to an enormous size and may be either intradural or extradural.
Posteroinferiorly, the lesion is infiltrating the foramen magnum with associated obliteration of anterior thecal sac space and significant extradural compression of the cervicomedullary region of the brain stem, which is seen pushed to the left.
Vertebral location is most common involving bodies and less likely posterior elements, and may have extradural extension.
Firstly, the range of diagnoses is extensive, but most commonly includes subarachnoid haemorrhage, seizure, subdural or extradural haematoma, tumours, abscesses, epilepsy, hydrocephalus, traumatic brain injury, meningitis, dementia, Alzheimers, multiple sclerosis, stroke and Parkinson's Disease.
Out of 23 patients 3 had extradural haematomas and were operated.
On the basis of MRI findings differential diagnosis of lymphangiectasia, caries spine and extradural intraspinal cervical hydatid disease type 3 (Braithwaik and Lees) was suggested.
MRI also proved to be as efficacious as the traditional modalities in the evaluation of suspected extradural tumour impinging on the thecal sac.
A comparison of extradural and intraparenchymatous intracranial pressures in head injured patients.
4) An acute extradural haematoma (AEDH) is defined as accumulation of blood between the inner table of the skull, including its periosteal layer and the dura mater (Figure1).
Mrs Jones had suffered an extradural haematoma - a build-up of blood in the space between the brain and skull which can be fatal.