The liver, spleen, lungs, bone, skin, and sometimes the membrane surrounding the brain and spine (meninges) may be affected.
These membranes are called the meninges, the outermost membrane is called the dura mater, then the arachnoid and then the pia mater.
inflammation of the meninges caused by bacterial invasion.
Interpretation: The pathological process is that of acute inflammation of the meninges, acute purulent meningitis.
This is due to an inflammation of the meninges (tissues which cover the spinal cord and brain).
The covering of the brain (meninges) has three main layers.
More commonly, the abnormality appears as a localized mass on the back that is covered by skin or by the meninges, the three-layered membrane that envelops the spinal cord.
The term meningocele is used when the spine malformation contains only the protective covering (meninges) of the spinal cord.
More commonly, the spine abnormality appears as a mass on the back covered by membrane (meninges) or skin.
Meningitis is a serious inflammation of the meninges, the membranes (lining) that surround the brain and spinal cord.
They cause meningitis when they get into the bloodstream and travel to the meninges.
An inflammation of the brain's covering, or meninges, is called meningitis.
The protective layer over the brain, the meninges, grows to cover the protrusion, as does skin in some cases.
Incomplete closure causes protrusion of the spinal cord and meninges, called meningomyelocele.
Like the brain, the spinal cord is enclosed in three membranes (meninges).
TB infection in the blood, the meninges (membranes around the brain and spinal cord), or the kidneys are the most serious.
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