Intrathecal

Intrathecal (intra- + theca, `within a sheath`) is an adjective that refers to something occurring in or introduced into the anatomic space or potential space inside a sheath, most commonly the arachnoid membrane of the brain or spinal cord (under which is the subarachnoid space). For example, intrathecal immunoglobulin production is production .....
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intrathecal

(in″trә-theĀ“kәl) within a sheath. through the theca of the spinal cord into the subarachnoid space.
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Intrathecal

<anatomy> Within a sheath, for example, cerebrospinal fluid that is contained within the dura mater. It also refers to drugs administered into the cerebrospinal fluid bathing the spinal cord and brain. ... (30 Sep 1997) ...
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intrathecal

Describes the fluid-filled space between the thin layers of tissue that cover the brain and spinal cord. Drugs can be injected into the fluid or a sample of the fluid can be removed for testing.
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intrathecal

intrathecal 1. Within the spinal canal or within a sheath. 2. Within a sheath, for example, cerebrospinal fluid that is contained within the dura mater. It also refers to drugs administered into the cerebrospinal fluid bathing the spinal cord and brain. 3. Within either the subarachnoid or the subdural space. An intrathecal injection (often simp...
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intrathecal

Type: Term Pronunciation: in′tră-thē′kăl Definitions: 1. Within a sheath. 2. Within either the subarachnoid or the subdural space.
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intrathecal

within a sheath.
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