Application of electromagnetic radiation to produce a film or picture of a bone or soft-tissue area of the body.
An abnormal sensation of rotation or movement of one’s self or the environment.
Any of the 33 bones of the spinal column.
Middle part of the cerebellum between the two hemispheres.
Insertion of a small tube into the ventricles to drain cerebrospinal fluid, usually performed when pressure is increased.
An opening into the ventricles of the brain, achieved by inserting a small, thin, hollow catheter. Serves as a means to relieve pressure from the brain and spinal cord.
An x-ray study of the ventricles.
Inflammation and/or infection of the ventricles.Inflammation and/or infection of the ventricles.
The cavities or chambers within the brain that contain the cerebrospinal fluid. There are two lateral ventricles and midline third and fourth ventricles.
Spasm of blood vessels, decreasing their diameter.