Cerebrospinal-fluid Sentence Examples
However, 4 months after onset, leukemic blasts were detected in cerebrospinal fluid.
The brain is surrounded by special water called cerebrospinal fluid (CSF ).
Oliver was born prematurely and developed hydrocephalus, which is an abnormal amount of cerebrospinal fluid around the brain.
This space is normally filled with cerebrospinal fluid.
Ventricles of the brain-The spaces within the brain where cerebrospinal fluid is made.Advertisement
In this procedure, a small needle is inserted into the spinal cavity in the lower back to withdraw some cerebrospinal fluid and to look for leukemic cells.
In suspected cases of toxoplasmosis, rubella, or syphilis, cerebrospinal fluid may be obtained from the infant by spinal tap in order to confirm the diagnosis.
This defect may cause children to develop an accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid on the brain (hydrocephalus).
A spinal tap is performed to evaluate the cerebrospinal fluid.
The most common causes for an enlarged head are megalencephaly, or an enlarged brain, and hydrocephalus, or excessive cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the brain.Advertisement
This injury in turn may allow cerebrospinal fluid to leak out of the skull and leave the body through the nose.
In some cases the doctor may order a filter paper or glucose content test of nasal secretions to check for the presence of cerebrospinal fluid.
It provides protection for the brain and spinal cord, as well as housing many blood vessels and participating in the appropriate flow of cerebrospinal fluid.
These tests may include a complete blood analysis, liver function tests, kidney function tests, hormone tests, and a lumbar puncture to determine abnormalities in cerebrospinal fluid.
Samples of cerebrospinal fluid taken from patients with narcolepsy contain little or no orexins.Advertisement
As of the early 2000s, the diagnosis of narcolepsy also can be confirmed by taking a sample of the patient's cerebrospinal fluid by a spinal tap and testing it for the presence of hypocretin-1.
It is a condition in which immature and fragile blood vessels within the brain burst and bleed into the hollow chambers (ventricles) normally reserved for cerebrospinal fluid and into the tissue surrounding them.
Some scientists have reported abnormally low levels of serotonin, a neurotransmitter that affects mood, in the cerebrospinal fluid of some angerprone persons, but the relationship of this finding to IED is not clear.
The ventricles are fluid-filled cavities within the brain, through which cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) normally circulates.
Generalized destruction of tissue or lack of brain development may lead to hydranencephaly, in which cerebrospinal fluid fills much of the space normally occupied by the brain.Advertisement
Malformations associated with hydrocephalus (Dandy-Walker, Chiari II, and some cases of hydranencephaly) may be treated by installation of a drainage shunt for cerebrospinal fluid.
They are located above and in front of the cerebellum, and their function is to produce and circulate cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), the protective fluid that circulates through the brain and the spinal cord.
Ventricles-Four cavities within the brain that produce and maintain the cerebrospinal fluid that cushions and protects the brain and spinal cord.
Only 12 hours after entering the bloodstream, Borrelia burgdorferi can be found in cerebrospinal fluid (which means it can affect the nervous system).
A sample of cerebrospinal fluid is removed from the spinal cord using a needle and syringe.Advertisement
Hydrocephalus is an abnormal expansion of cavities, called ventricles, within the brain, which is caused by an abnormally large accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).
Choroid plexus-Specialized cells located in the ventricles of the brain that produce cerebrospinal fluid.
Also refers to a small tube placed in a ventricle of the brain to direct cerebrospinal fluid away from a blockage into another part of the body.
After the onset of symptoms, blood tests and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) analysis tests will be conducted.