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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 5 Cranium, Ventricles and Meninges 3 fossae 1. 2. 3. 3 layers of meninges 1. 2. 3. 3 spaces 1. 2. 3. Cerebrospinal Fluid Ependymal cells CSF function 1. 2. 3. Flow of CSF Volume 150 cc, at 20 cc per hour Headache (784.0) Common neurological symptom Benign May be bad Brain has no nociceptors Sensory nerves are: Vascular Headaches Migraine (346.0) Classic- who- where- what does it feel like- worsened by- improved by- how long it lasts- Complicated- Atypical- Cluster who- where- what does it feel like- worsened by- improved by- how long it lasts- Tension Headache AKA- where- what does it feel like- worsened by- improved by- how long it lasts- Temporal Arteritis Aka- who- Inflammation of temporal arteries and others (like those supplying the eye) Temporal artery is- Classic sign- main risk- Other Causes Acute trauma Hydrocephalus Hemorrhage Low CSF pressure Infarct Toxic/metabolic Artery dissection Tumor Venous thrombosis Disorder of eyes, scalp, teeth, Meningitis ears, sinuses Abscess...
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- Winter '11
- Intracranial pressure, Cerebrospinal fluid, Central nervous system infection, causetime periodsigns, Low CSF pressure