By David H. Durrant
Richly illustrated and simple to take advantage of, Myelopathy, Radiculopathy, and Peripheral Entrapment Syndromes offers large and up to date information regarding the etiopathic and medical presentation of neurovascular compression insult to the spinal twine, spinal nerve roots, and peripheral nerves. Written with either the coed and practitioner in brain, the publication covers myelopathy, radiculopathy, and peripheral entrapment syndromes in separate sections, making the knowledge effortless to discover.
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More than 275 specified, unique illustrations and MRIs let you visualize the thoughts. greater than one hundred thirty concise tables hide the topic-specific highlights. those beneficial properties mix to offer the booklet a quick-reference caliber that units it aside. Myelopathy, Radiculopathy, and Peripheral Entrapment Syndromes offers the entire useful info you would like - in a single handy source - to successfully diagnose and reassess neurological problems of the backbone and extremities from a neurologic perspective.
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1 DURA MATER The outermost layer of the spinal cord meninges is the dura mater (pachymeninx), a tough fibrous sheath that provides an imposing barrier rarely penetrable by primary bone tumors, metastasis, bacterial infections, or osteomyelitic tuberculosis. 17 There is an abundance of collagenous fibers that lie in longitudinal bundles and have redundant properties, being wavy in configuration when shortened, straight and taut when stretched. A continuation of the dural meningeal layer of the brain, the dura mater extends from the foramen magnum to its termination at the second sacral vertebral body.
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The slightly alkaline CSF is transparent and contains chloride, sodium, potassium, and magnesium ions. Protein and glucose are also present but at concentrations much less than in plasma. Pathologic processes can alter CSF volumes, pressures, and constituent characteristics, contributing to or producing life-threatening situations. Any increase in CSF volume must be compensated by a shift in blood or brain tissue volumes. Because the rigid osseous boundaries of the brain and spinal column are unyielding, space-occupying lesions within the CSF circulation can elevate CSF pressure, and potentially cause hydrocephalus.
Myelopathy, radiculopathy, and peripheral entrapment syndromes by David H. Durrant