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spatium subdurale

Identification
Official Latin term spatium subdurale
Official subsidiary term subdural space
Unit identifier TAH:U5101
Unit type single
Materiality immaterial
Navigation
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Links of entity generic: spatium subdurale
External links TA98 FMA
Partonomic links Level 2: meninges Short Extended
Taxonomic links Level 2: spatium anatomicum Short Extended
Level 3: spatium compartimenti capitis
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Taxonomic definition
Taxonomic definition The subdural space is a space of compartment of head [spatium compartimenti capitis ] which is a occasional space that can be opened by the separation of the arachnoid [arachnoidea ] from the dura mater [pachymeninx ] as the result a pathologic process.
Notes
Although the terms Spatium subdurale and Spatium epidurale/extradurale are in common usage, under normal conditions the arachnoid is attached to the dura and the dura is attached to the skull; there are no naturally occurring spaces at these interfaces at all. The occurrence of these spaces is the result of trauma or of pathological process that artifactually separates the arachnoid from the dura or the dura from the skull (Haines DE 1991 On the question of a subdural space. Anat Rec 230:3-21; Van Denabeele F, Creemans J, Lambrichts I 1996 Ultrastructure of the human spinal arachnoid mater and dura mater. J Anat (Lond) 189:417-430).
Partonomy
TAH:E10200
corpus humanum
TAH:U5062
TAH:U5068
TAH:U5090
TAH:U5101 spatium subdurale
Taxonomy
Date: 08.05.2022