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Lateral sinus thrombosis

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The lateral sinuses arise posteriorly, the right from the superior sagittal sinus, the left from the straight sinus, and pass forwards and laterally in the tentorial border. They leave the skull through the jugular foramen to enter the internal jugular vein.

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