Meanwhile, we're disgorging the arachnoid membranes with cowld applications, and we're relievin' the cerebellum by repose.
Cobwebby, same as arachnoid; bearing hairs like cobwebs or gossamer.
The arachnoid is a thin membrane which lies beneath the dura mater.
All the ventricles of the brain were dilated with serum, and there was a good deal of effusion into the arachnoid and pia mater.
In Cortinarius, the veil is composed of arachnoid threads, and the spores are rusty.
Neither is the arachnoid often affected with acute inflammation, except as a secondary result.
Mites and ticks are classified with the spiders as degenerate relatives of arachnoid stock.
arachnoid, said of the veil when it is cobwebby, that is, formed of loose threads.
When traced through the dura mater they are found to spring from the arachnoid.
From its resemblance to a spider's web such a veil is said to be arachnoid.
arachnoid a·rach·noid (ə-rāk'noid')
Resembling a cobweb. Used of the arachnoid membrane covering the brain and spinal cord.