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|The effusion of serum is sometimes very copious; and, in parts where the |
subarachnoid cellular tissue is very loose and abundant, as, for example, in the
intergyral spaces, at the fissure of Sylvius, the Varolian bridge, and the junction of
|Pus, or lymph, of varying degrees of consistence, colour, and quantity, has been. |
found beneath the arachnoid, disposed as streaks along the vessels occupying
the inter-gyral subarachnoid spaces, or more abundantly forming patches of ...
|Cerebral Commissures are longitudinal, transverse, and vertical. The following |
are longitudinal — the inter- gyral fibres, which unite convolutions just where the
grey and white neurine come in contact ; the ourlet, THE CEREBRUM. 283.
|The upper surface of the cerebrum was much flattened against the bony parietes, |
and the inter-gyral spaces consequently were almost obliterated; yet a little
bloody-fluid was observed in the sub-arachnoid tissue over the anterior part of
|A slight effusion of firmly coagulated and dark-coloured blood was found beneath |
the arachnoid membrane covering the upper part of the left hemisphere ; it
followed the reflexions of the pia mater, dipping down into the inter- gyral spaces,
|... irritating effect of tubercles in or under the pia mater, it usually occurs where |
tubercles are most abundantly developed ; that is, at the base of the brain and
along the course of the vessels in the intergyral spaces. The inflammation is ...
|In two cases under my observation the disease depended upon inter- gyral |
chronic meningitis. Symptoms. — The disease frequently sets in with severe
headache and with repeated vomiting. Elevation of temperature takes place and
|and in various quantities ;* sometimes between the cranium and the meninges, in |
the meninges, or, between the pia mater and the brain; sometimes on the surface
of the brain ; amongst its intergyral spaces; in its ventricles; and through its ...
|... but the dilatation varied in degree, and here and there tortuous veins, a quarter |
of an inch in diameter, were seen occupying the inter-gyral spaces and crossing
the convolutions. The most remarkable collection of them was discovered at the ...
Hugo Ziemssen, Albert Henry Buck, George Livingston Peabody - 1881 - Read - More editions
|The exudation of fibrin and pus occurs early in the meshes of the pin, mater and |
underneath this membrane over the Sm.face of the brain. It is most abundant in
the fissures and depressions, as in the inter-gyral spaces, along the ...