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- adj. Of or pertaining to the pia or pia mater
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to the pia mater.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the pia mater; pia-matral.
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May 3, 2008 at 6:14 pm i wantz tah be in da pial of teh kittahs!
February 2, 2008 at 1:12 pm an, sinse it iz caturday, we all can has big paaty? i maeks bery bery gud pial… piel… spanish ricey dishes! an mai wurld famose samgrea! missy, yoo can habs furst tayst!
Examples of both extra - and intra-dural (peri-pial) hæmorrhage are afforded by cases 99, 102, and 103; in none was it large in amount or widely distributed.
I saw the former both in the extra-dural and peri-pial forms, but never in sufficient quantity to exert a degree of pressure calculated to produce symptoms of total transverse lesion.
It seems most likely that the outer wall of these channels is lined by a continuation inward of the pial mesothelium while the inner wall is probably derived from the mesothelial covering of the vessels, which are thus protected throughout the subarachnoid spaces.
They all showed in common very marked lesions of the cortex, including the frontal regions (in two instances the extent of the frontal lesions was presaged by focal overlying pial changes) .999 was a case of pseudoleukemia with marked cortical devastation but without brain foci of lymphoid cells.
Chandra, have hidden the yellow leaves of his manuscript book among the young buds of the _pial_ forest, and Dada is out looking for it.
# -- An extravasation of blood into the arachno-pial space frequently occurs during birth.
They are known as (1) _meningocele_, which consists of a protrusion of a cul-de-sac of the arachno-pial membrane, containing cerebro-spinal fluid; (2) _encephalocele_, in which a portion of the brain is protruded in addition to the membranes; and (3) _hydrencephalocele_, in which the protruded portion of brain includes a part of one of the ventricles.
_ -- It is not uncommon for a diffuse œdematous infiltration of the brain substance or of the arachno-pial membrane to take place in the vicinity of the injured portion of brain.