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Things extradural often describes (“extradural ________”)
tumors, abscess, hemorrhage, hematoma, block, compression, hematomas, analgesia, lesions, anaesthesia, haemorrhage, haematoma, space, cysts, haematomas, abscesses, tumours, tumor, anesthesia, extension, masses, mass, injection, bleeding, metastases, morphine, cyst, blockade, disease, hemorrhages, approach, neoplasms, defects, pressure, fentanyl, veins, dissection, clot, tissue, chondromas, meningiomas, fat, plexus, deposits, tumour, spaces, lesion, rhizotomy, bupivacaine, defect, growths, injections, blocks, steroids, stimulation, collections, patch, electrodes, clots, removal, blood, meningioma, clonidine, pus, portions, opioids, components, involvement, subdural, methylprednisolone, opiates, infections, corticosteroids, monitors, infusion, tissues, metastasis, administration, cord, location, catheters, sarcomas, indicator, extensions, aneurysms, patches, empyema, monitoring, haemorrhages, suppuration, prednisolone, branches, formation, lipomas, route

How extradural often is described (“________ extradural”)
spinal, infratentorial, acute, human, lumbar, intradural, thoracic, primary, intramedullary, intracranial, large, adjacent

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