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Lippincott's Illustrated Q&A evaluate of Neuroscience deals updated, clinically proper board-style questions—perfect for direction evaluate and board prep! nearly 500 multiple-choice questions with particular resolution causes disguise often proven issues in neuroscience. Readers will locate questions concerning medical subject matters, USMLE-style medical vignettes, and content material overview questions. The e-book is seriously illustrated with medical pictures and photographs portraying signs and radiological pictures, together with ultrasounds, puppy scans, MRIs, CT scans, and X-rays.
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16 The answer is E: Tentorium cerebelli meningioma. This lesion is clearly extraaxial (located outside the substance of the nervous system), is of very slow onset (history), and is clearly located in an infratentorial position (less than 10% of meningiomas are located in the posterior fossa). In addition, this tumor is clearly attached to the inferior surface of the tentorium at the caudal edge of the tentorial incisure and is impinging on the superior aspect of the cerebellum. Note that even though this tumor is large for its location, with the exception of the superior aspect of the cerebellum, the other contents of the posterior fossa are in their normal positions.
The tentorium cerebelli is located between the cerebellum and the occipital lobes, attaches to the inner surface of the occipital bone, and also attaches along the upper edge of the petrous portion of the temporal bone. The superior petrosal sinus is located at this attachment to the temporal bone. The shape of the tentorium 7/26/2010 2:25:27 PM The Meninges cerebelli is like that of a “tent” over the cerebellum. The internal cerebral vein is located along the superior and medial edge of the dorsal thalamus and empties caudally into the great cerebral vein of Galen.
Both Escherichia coli and group B streptococci are found in newborns and very young children, while Haemophilus influenzae is present in older children. Neisseria meningitidis may also be the causative agent in older children and young adults. 7/26/2010 2:25:27 PM The Meninges 15 The answer is A: Arachnoid mater. The arachnoid mater (also called the arachnoid barrier cell layer) is composed of only a few cell layers and has no extracellular space, and the cells have many tight (occluding) junctions between them.