craniocerebral


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cra·ni·o·cer·e·bral

 (krā′nē-ō-sĕr′ə-brəl, -sə-rē′brəl)
adj.
Of or relating to both the cranium and the cerebrum.
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craniocerebral

(ˌkreɪnɪəʊsəˈriːbrəl; ˌkreɪnɪəʊˈsɛrɪbrəl)
adj
(Medicine) relating to both the cranium and the cerebrum
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Transorbital penetrating craniocerebral injuries account for 24% of penetrating head injuries in adults and around 45% of such injuries in children [2, 3].
Baeesa, "Transorbital Craniocerebral Occult Penetrating Injury with Cerebral Abscess Complication," Case Reports in Ophthalmological Medicine, vol.
Godil, "Craniocerebral injury by penetration of a T-shaped metallic spanner: A rare presentation," Surgical Neurology International, vol.
Idiopathic epilepsy or craniocerebral malformation is an incidental finding in CM1 patients [6, 7].
In preparing conventional formulations for craniocerebral diseases, increasing the drug solubility often requires a number of drug additions, which results in toxicity.
Six patients in the Department of Rehabilitation at Hangzhou Hospital of Zhejiang CAPR with severe closed craniocerebral injury who were recovering from a coma (4 men, 2 women; mean age, 39.5 years) were included in our study.
Within the first 24 hours, the outcome was favorable, the native craniocerebral CT scan, demonstrating a hypodense area suggestive of a recent ischemic stroke at the left basal nucleus and partially at the head of the caudate nucleus (Figure 2).
Event-related functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) based on craniocerebral correlations: reproducibility of activation?.
Local media reports said the cause of death for Drachev was identified as craniocerebral injury.
Key words: Brain Injuries, Traumatic; Craniocerebral Trauma; Adjustment Disorders; Stress, Psychological; Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic; Memory Disorders; Risk Factors
Craniocerebral CT showed no acute neurological phenomenon; lumbar puncture ruled out one more time the infectious or purely organic causality for the emergence of aforementioned symptomatology.