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Just beneath the skull is a tough, leathery layer called the dura mater
Craniosacral movement animated. Watch closely, as the movement is slight.
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Dura mater - Wikipedia
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The spinal cord lying in its opened dura mater along with the medulla oblongata and the roots of the spinal nerves passing through the dura matter. Seen from the dorsal surface.
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One of the earliest types of lobotomy/leucotomy in which burr holes are drilled in either side of the skull. An unidentified surgeon cuts dura mater away from an exposed brain.