Cranial arachnoid membranes: some aspects of microsurgical anatomy.

  title={Cranial arachnoid membranes: some aspects of microsurgical anatomy.},
  author={Jian L{\"u} and Xian-li Zhu},
  journal={Clinical anatomy},
  volume={20 5},
Although the arachnoid membranes have been known for more than 300 years, the anatomy of the arachnoid membranes has not been studied in detail. This study was performed to explore the microanatomical features of the cranial arachnoid membranes. The arachnoid membranes and cisterns were observed in eight Han Chinese adult human cadaveric brains with an operating microscope, without staining of intracranial structures or injection of colored material into blood vessels. Twenty seven arachnoid… CONTINUE READING

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