n. (context anatomy English) meninx
Usage examples of "meninge".
This was fortunate since it enabled them to go through the meninges without having to worry about controlling fluid losses, and they could move laterally with minimal resistance and loss of time between the brain surface and the meningeal layer to the first objective, a deep fissure between two convolutions in the area suspected of housing the Groalterri telepathic faculty.
A sharp object penetrated the frontal lobe -here - and pierced the meninges and caused a haemorrhage.
Such an immediate embrace fortunately does not exist, since the brain and spinal cord are surrounded by a series of membranes called the meninges (meh-nin'jeez.
There is inflammation of the meninges, and severe brain malfunction, similar to the effects of lysergic acid or mescalin.
Except for the cord and its attendant meninges, the cut involved only the left and right vertebral arteries.