- being or occurring within the skull.
Origin of intracranial
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Examples from the Web for intracranial
M.H.M. Vlak, et al. “Trigger Factors and Their Attributable Risk for Rupture of Intracranial Aneurysms.”
Coffee-drinking increases the risk of intracranial aneurysm by 10.6 percent.
He believes that it is the result of some organic process (intracranial pressure or toxin).Benign Stupors
Diseases of the internal ear may be primary or secondary to an affection of the tympanum or to intracranial disease.
(ii) If there be symptoms of inflammation of the mastoid process, or of internal-ear or of intracranial suppuration.
This will permit of free drainage and diminish the risk of future intracranial complications.
(viii) As a preliminary step in intracranial suppurative lesions of otitic origin.
- within the skull
- Within the cranium.
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