pial


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pi·a

 (pī′ə, pē′ə)
n.
The pia mater.

pi′al adj.

pial

(ˈpaɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy relating to pia mater

pi•al

(ˈpaɪ əl, ˈpi-)

adj.
of or pertaining to the pia mater.
[1885–90]
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While trying to cross the unmanned level crossing near Pial Kalan village, a Karachi-bound Farid Express 37-Up hit the trolley, seriously injuring Waqar and Younas.
DSA showed on the left front side of the brain a small pial AVM, with a nidus measuring 5x5 mm, which was irrigated from perforating arteries of the M1 segment of the left medial cerebral artery (MCA), and also from one of the left MCA branches.
4) Most of these neurons then approach the pial surface and settle away from the VZ.
Estas celulas con somas pequenos aparecen localizados principalmente en las capas supragranulares en relacion cercana con la superficie pial (21).
Intramedullary hemangioblastomas are peripheral in location, typically arising from the pial surface of the spinal cord.
The probable cause is slow retrograde collateral flow through engorged pial vessels via leptomeningeal anastomosis.
MRI of brain showed multiple ring enhancing pial based lesions highly suggestive of tuberculoma (Figure 2).
Maybe if Hungarian Pial Orfol had turned up and done the business the result may have been somewhat different.
Cebadas de palos las ansias de motin, quien podia convocar a la razon o reclamar respeto cuando el ultimo pial alcanzo al fin el macabro trofeo .
That name of his, one of the many names he was known by--including Peter Masta, Pial Pol, and Pierre Paul Osunkherhine--means either "The Birds are Flying" or "He Who Comes by Flying" in the Abenaki language he so loved.
In addition, bosentan may contribute to the cortical circulation, especially through its effects on collateral circulation via pial anastomoses.
Currently, the patient is stable and awaiting neurosurgical intervention in the form of a pial synangiosis.