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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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Histopathologic examination revealed a lymphangioma for the specimens, involving bone and extradural mass (figures 2c and 2d).
The common abnormalities other than the fracture were extradural hematoma (n=17), cerebral infarct (n=16), intracerebral haemorrhage (n=15), and subdural hematoma (n=14) (table-I).
Sammie was taken to York Hospital in a serious condition, where CT scans showed that the fall had caused an Extradural Haematoma - a blood clot beneath the skull.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with and without contrast revealed a homogeneously enhancing dumbbell-shaped intraspinal extradural tumor mass extending into the left chest cavity.
Extradural collections are visible in both parietal regions.
(2) The extradural injection of saline by causing compression of the subarachnoid space and spread of local anaesthetic and saline within may be another mechanism to explain this effect.
X-rays of the dorsal spine were negative; however, a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of the area demonstrated the presence of two distinct, fluid filled dorsal extradural lesions at the T3 and T4 level (Figures 1 and 2).
According to Dolinak and Matshes (23), complex skull fractures usually occur as a result of severe head trauma and are associated with extradural and subarachnoid hemorrhages, cerebral edema, and diffuse axonal injury, which are additional markers of severe head injury.
Luetmer et al have suggested an imaging paradigm for patients with SIH centered on the presence of an extradural fluid collection.
Tumour was primarily extradural, involving and extending from paraspinal soft tissues to the posterior arches, laminae and spinous processes of the verteberae, with their destruction.
T2-weighted MRI images in flexion position showed anterior displacement of the posterior dura by a crescentic extradural intermediate signal intensity, which represents a congested venous plexus [Figure 1c].