American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Located or occurring beneath the dura mater: subdural space; a subdural hematoma.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated beneath the dura mater, between the dura mater and the arachnoid.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Anat.) Situated under the dura mater, or between the dura mater and the arachnoid membrane.
- adj. below the dura mater but above the arachnoid membrane of the meninges
“That could result in what we call a subdural hematoma, which is a bleeding underneath the skull and that leads to a buildup of pressure.”
“That could result in what we call the subdural hematoma, which is a bleeding underneath the skull.”
“Interestingly, when he was thrown from a horse back in 1989, his wife noticed that he got a little dizzy one morning and he had a little bit of what they called a subdural hematoma.”
“Symptoms of such brain bleeding, known as a subdural hematoma, may not be present until several weeks afterward.”
“PERPER: Well, sometimes you can have a slow brain bleed, which is called subdural hemorrhage, which is gradual, and it depends on the rate of bleeding.”
“What it sounds like, Bill, was that it was something known as a subdural hematoma, a blood clot underneath the surface of the brain.”
“On the other hand, babies delivered by C-section were less likely to have one type of bleeding around the brain -- known as subdural hemorrhage.”
“When the man sneezed, the violence of it, whether due to change in pressure or him throwing himself forward, resulted in something called a subdural hematoma.”
“That's why he opted for a "subdural" approach: Instead of shouting the message, hide it.”
“Because of the MEG findings, the plan for the placement of subdural electrodes was significantly altered, as coverage was extended more posteriorly.”
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