To retain the meninges, and to support the Mass of the Brain, which is cover'd by them.
If this is so, it appears from what will follow as though the meninges must be the "stock" rather than the diaphragm.
The seat of the disease is in the meninges or membranes around the brain and spinal cord.
The pressure and heat on the top of my head appears like an inflammation of the meninges.
That the wound has penetrated the meninges is shown by the escape of cerebro-spinal fluid.
Inflammation of the intestinal mucosa and congestion of the meninges were the only changes found on autopsy.
It consists in a collection of fluid under the meninges, but outside the brain proper.
There was also general encephalic engorgement, and in one experiment intense congestion of the meninges was observed.
The perivascular sheaths were crowded with small round cells and the meninges were congested.
The inflammation may spread to the meninges, the intracranial venous sinuses, the eye, or the ear.