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aberrant

[ə′ber·ənt]
(biology)
An atypical group, individual, or structure, especially one with an aberrant chromosome number.
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Consequently, a chest computed tomography with contrast was ordered, revealing a partially thrombosed Kommerell diverticulum in the aberrant right subclavian artery (Fig.
Out of the 67 cadavers, in one cadaver we found ARSCA along with aberrant RVA was originating from RCCA.
The recognition of aberrant cells is carried out by immune cells called T cells.
The CTA clearly showed a hypertrophic, aberrant right BA arising from the proximal portion of the right IMA (Figure 1).
Aberrant right subclavian artery is a congenital variation of the aortic arch, with a reported incidence of 0.
With the high index of suspicion for the presence of an aberrant biliary anatomy and since all other relevant studies such as T-tube cholangiogram and ERCP have already proven to be non-helpful, a cholangiogram through J-P drain was performed.
The Sizing Kit calculates the number of aberrant repeated DNA sequences, reporting on carrier status and risk of Fragile X-related disorders.
The Current Opioid Misuse Measure (COMM) predicts aberrant drug-related behaviors in primary care patients who have been prescribed opioids within the past 12 months with a sensitivity of 77% and specificity of 77% (strength of recommendation [SOR): B, cohort studies).
Aberrant renal arteries hold significant importance in diagnostic and therapeutic strategies.
CT pulmonary angiography (CTPA) revealed an aberrant artery arising from the thoracic aorta and entering the left basal segments at the level of inferior pulmonary veins, (Figs.
These findings led to the diagnosis of an aberrant right posterior sectoral bile duct that was not identified prior to surgery and that was damaged at the time of laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
The band was identified as an aberrant mitral valve chord attached to the A2 segment of the AMVL and inserting at the fossa ovalis of the left sided atrial septum (Figure 2).