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Condition of unresponsiveness from which the patient can only be aroused by vigorous and repeated stimuli; once stimulus ceases, patient lapses back into unresponsiveness.
Actual space separating 2 of the layers of the meninges, the pia and arachnoid, that surround the brain and spinal cord; contains cerebrospinal fluid, arteries and veins, and filaments of arachnoid matter, giving it the appearance of a spider web.
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arachnoid ; brain ; cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) ; meninges ; pia ; spinal cord
Portion of the brain immediately below the cerebral cortex.
Potential space between 2 layers of the meninges, the dura and arachnoid, that can be filled with blood, cerebrospinal fluid, or pus.
arachnoid ; cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) ; dura mater ; meninges ; pus
An incomplete or partial luxation; partial dislocation.
Part of the diencephalon between the midbrain and thalamus. It plays an important role in coordinating movements.
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Groove in the cerebral cortex separating two gyri.
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Fibrous joint between bones of the skull which allows very little movement.
See cerebral aqueduct.
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