tentorial


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tentorial

(tɛnˈtɔːrɪəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy related to the tough membrane in the brain
Translations

ten·to·ri·al

a. tentorial, rel. a un tentorium.
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Their topics include how to repair the intracranial aneurysm: clipping or coiling decision making, subtemporal and pretemporal approaches for basilar and posterior cerebral artery aneurysms, the microsurgical treatment of previously endovascularly treated aneurysms, tentorial and posterior fossa dural arteriovenous fistulas, and minimally invasive approaches for spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage.
A case of tentorial lesion reported as tentorial meningioma on MRI proved to be a case of medulloblastoma on crush smear.
This hypothesis is tested by measuring interval distances between relevant brain structures and fixed anatomically based planes of reference both at the tentorial hiatus and at the foramen magnum in both normal and IH patient populations.
This venous stasis usually developed by tentorial herniation secondary to increasing of the intracranial pressure (8).
Although the head computed tomography (CT) revealed a tentorial blood suffusion, the patient did not experience neurologic damage.
Although pachymeningeal changes are commonly found over the cerebral convexities and in basal or tentorial locations [2, 6], falcine involvement has been also described [3].
As in this case, bradycardia along with an absent P wave, wide QRS complex, and peaked (tentorial) T wave characterize hyperkalemia on the electrocardiogram.
Then, gradually go deeper to expose the edge of the tentorial incisura.
Gross total resection of the mass was performed, with the origin confirmed to be at the tentorial notch.
Brain MRI showed new enhancing lesion in the vicinity of the left cavernous sinus (Figure 6), with pachymeningeal thickening along the tentorial leaflets and interval regression of the mesial temporal lobe lesions.
Her computed tomography (CT) head showed right frontotemporal subdural hematoma and underlying severe contusion, parafalcine and tentorial subdural hematoma, right petrous temporal bone skull fracture, occipital skull fracture, and bilateral cavernous internal carotid artery dissections.