The presence of such a diplococcus in meningeal exudates is, however, sufficient for its identification.
Fibrous tumors may develop within or from the meningeal structures of the brain.
There remained the diagnosis of meningeal neuralgia, and to this I provisionally made up my mind.
In the majority of the cases pain must have depended on meningeal hæmorrhage.
The very reasons that militate against its being regarded as a meningitis forbid its being considered as a meningeal fever.
In a case in Dublin,47 there was no meningeal lesion except in a "few dark spots like sanguineous effusion under the arachnoid."
A very unusual form is meningeal bleeding, giving rise to symptoms of apoplexy.
Yawning occurs in a most intractable form in meningeal affections, and in cerebral and cerebellar tumours.
The great majority of meningeal tumours are primary sarcomas, and in about 25 per cent.
When the hæmorrhage is profuse, it is probable that the meningeal vessels or even the venous sinuses have been torn.
meningeal me·nin·ge·al (mə-nĭn'jē-əl)
Of, relating to, or affecting the meninges.