The origin of subdural neomembranes. I. Fine structure of the dura-arachnoid interface in man.

@article{Schachenmayr1978TheOO,
  title={The origin of subdural neomembranes. I. Fine structure of the dura-arachnoid interface in man.},
  author={Walter Schachenmayr and Reinhard L. Friede},
  journal={The American journal of pathology},
  year={1978},
  volume={92 1},
  pages={53-68}
}
A method for the in situ fixation of human meninges for electron microscopic examination is described. It was found that the cranial meninges of humans do not include a subdural space. Instead there is a complex, tight layer of cells, the interface layer, composed in the innermost portion of the dura mater (the dural border cells) and the outermost portion of the arachnoid (the arachnoid barrier layer). The fusion of these components within the interface layer is much more intimate than is… CONTINUE READING

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