Medical Definition of Monro-kellie doctrine

1. A doctrine that states that the cranial cavity is a closed rigid box and that therefore a change in the quantity of intracranial blood can occur only through the displacement of or replacement by cerebrospinal fluid. Synonym: Monro-Kellie doctrine. (05 Mar 2000)



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