American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Occurring or situated within the cranium.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated within the cranium.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Within the cranium or skull.
- adj. within the skull
“According to the research team, these issues could be caused by increased pressure inside the head - what is known as intracranial pressure - but none of the astronauts reported symptoms that are usually associated with the condition, such as chronic headaches, double vision or ringing in the ears.”
“A big fear is bleeding strokes called intracranial hemorrhages that, if not fatal, are often especially disabling.”
“But the biggest predictor, really, here is to making sure those pressures inside the head -- what are called the intracranial pressures inside the head -- remain low, remain normal.”
“But, the biggest predictor really here is making sure those pressures inside the head, what are called intracranial pressures inside the head remain low, remain normal.”
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“Physicians have long been puzzled by a condition called intracranial arterial dolichoectasia, in whi ...”
“About external environment, many clinicians were doing procedures once only performed by radiologists, such as intracranial endovascular intervention and cardiac CT .”
“The engineers and clinicians have pulled expertise from a number of companies in the industry to develop a system that can be utilized for advanced radiology readings or as a technology to perform preoperative surgical planning for advanced cases, such as intracranial aneurysms or facial surgery.”
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