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1954 2
1955 3
1956 9
1957 5
1958 9
1959 1
1960 2
1961 5
1962 13
1963 42
1964 31
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1971 2
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1974 18
1975 23
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1988 8
1989 22
1990 15
1991 18
1992 17
1993 25
1994 20
1995 21
1996 26
1997 23
1998 21
1999 26
2000 25
2001 27
2002 21
2003 21
2004 26
2005 33
2006 28
2007 45
2008 25
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2012 35
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2018 26
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Spontaneous Ventriculostomy into the Subdural Space in a Neonate with Congenital Hydrocephalus.
Krishna Pillai M, et al. Pediatr Neurosurg 2018. PMID 29627843
We report a case of spontaneous temporary resolution of congenital hydrocephalus due to drainage into the subdural space, which is not a physiological space for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). This is the first report of spontaneous drainage of CSF into the subdural space, and we term it "ventriculosubdurostomy." We highlight the fact that spontaneous resolution of hydrocephalus due to drainage into a nonphysiological CSF space is temporary....
We report a case of spontaneous temporary resolution of congenital hydrocephalus due to drainage into the subdural space, whic …
On the question of a subdural space.
Haines DE. Anat Rec 1991 - Review. PMID 2064027
There is no evidence of an intervening space between the arachnoid barrier cell layer and the dural border cell layer that would correlate with what has been called the subdural space. ...It is suggested that the so-called subdural space is not a "potential" space since the creation of a cleft in this area of the meninges is the result of tissue damage. ...
There is no evidence of an intervening space between the arachnoid barrier cell layer and the dural border cell layer that would corr …
The subdural space interpreted as a cellular layer of meninges.
Frederickson RG. Anat Rec 1991. PMID 2064028
In addition, the fine structure of the intact dura-arachnoid is described, where the subdural space would be present in an undisrupted state. ...The morphologic identity of the classic subdural space is reinterpreted in light of the findings. The subdural space, traditionally described as a fluid-filled potential cavity existing in an extracellular compartment, is not apparent in the guinea pig. ...
In addition, the fine structure of the intact dura-arachnoid is described, where the subdural space would be present in an und …
Superficial subarachnoid cerebrospinal fluid space expansion after surgical drainage of chronic subdural hematoma.
Tosaka M, et al. Acta Neurochir (Wien) 2015. PMID 25948079
Cases with subdural space larger than the subarachnoid CSF space were classified as Group SD between the brain and the skull. Cases with subarachnoid CSF space larger than the subdural space were classified as Group SA. Cases with extremely thin (<3 mm) spaces between the brain and the skull were classified as Group NS. ...
Cases with subdural space larger than the subarachnoid CSF space were classified as Group SD between the brain and the …
Trigeminal Schwannomas in Middle Fossa Could Breach into Subdural Space: Report of 4 Cases and Review of Literature.
Wang X, et al. World Neurosurg 2019 - Review. PMID 30928581
During the second operation, we found part of tumor had broken through the dura mater into subdural space. Moreover, this phenomenon was detected in another 3 patients with middle-posterior fossa TS. CONCLUSIONS: TS in middle fossa has been widely believed to be totally located at epidural space, whereas we found that it could occasionally breach into subdural space and accept blood supply from the pial artery. ...
During the second operation, we found part of tumor had broken through the dura mater into subdural space. Moreover, this phen …
The "subdural" space: a new look at an outdated concept.
Haines DE, et al. Neurosurgery 1993 - Review. PMID 8421539
The classic view has been that a so-called subdural space is located between the arachnoid and dura and that subdural hematomas or hygromas are the result of blood or cerebrospinal fluid accumulating in this (preexisting) space. ...Furthermore, when a space does appear, it is not "subdural" in location but rather within a morphologically distinct cell layer....
The classic view has been that a so-called subdural space is located between the arachnoid and dura and that subdural h …
The origin of the spinal subdural space: ultrastructure findings.
Reina MA, et al. Anesth Analg 2002. PMID 11916810
We hypothesize that the subdural space would have its origin within the dura-arachnoid interface when the neurothelial cells break up, creating in this way a real subdural space. ...These findings may explain the origin of a real subdural space....
We hypothesize that the subdural space would have its origin within the dura-arachnoid interface when the neurothelial cells b …
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