venous

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venous

1. Physiol of or relating to the blood circulating in the veins
2. of or relating to the veins
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This differences are the squamous epithelium with numerous venous sinuses and urethral glands at the base but with the absence of urethral glands in the apical portion of the clitoris beyond the muscular layer which is present in the pelvic urethra and in the base region of the clitoris but is barely visible in the apical region of the organ.
The frequency of involvement of various cerebral venous sinuses in terms of thrombosis on MRI and MRV in 30 patients is shown in table and figure 2.
If a clinician suspects CVT, either MRI or magnetic resonance venography (MRV) is recommended to make the diagnosis by showing a thrombus obstructing the venous sinuses or cerebral veins.
He was suffering from meningitis and a venous sinus thrombosis - blood clots to the dural venous sinuses, which drain blood from the brain.
A simple way to remember blood clot formation physiology is to visualize the small deposits of platelets, red blood cells, and fibrin forming in areas of slow or disturbed flow in large venous sinuses and in valve cusp pockets in the deep veins of the calf.
Intercommunication between various venous sinuses via communicating veins (Vein of Trolard and vein of Labbe) or through merger into each other, especially at torcular herophili, explains lack of correlation between the severity of underlying pathology and infrequent clinical symptoms.
Diagnostic value of multidetector-row CT angiography in the evaluation of thrombosis of the cerebral venous sinuses.
Venous infarction results from thrombosis of dural venous sinuses and/ or cortical veins.
Brain abscesses, subdural empyema, spinal epidural abscesses, and septic thrombi of the cavernous and dural venous sinuses should be surgically debrided if possible.
MRV provides excellent visualization of the dural venous sinuses and larger cerebral veins, Dr.
CT scanning shows hyperdensity in the venous sinuses, cortical veins, or deep cerebral veins.