dural

[door-uhl, dyoor-uhl]
adjective
of or pertaining to the dura mater.

Origin:
1885–90; dur(a) + -al1

subdural, adjective
superdural, adjective
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dural (ˈdjʊərəl)
 
adj
relating to or affecting the dura mater

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Example sentences
Macerated brain, muddy brown and the consistency of toothpaste, oozed from the dural rent marking the bullet's entry.
As the nerve enters the optic foramen its dural sheath becomes continuous with that lining the orbit and the optic foramen.
If an epidural sensor is used, it is inserted between the skull and dural tissue.
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