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antrum

Anatomy a natural cavity, hollow, or sinus, esp in a bone

antrum

[′an·trəm]
(anatomy)
A cavity of a hollow organ or a sinus.
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10-13 All these cases show speckled dark pigmentation in the gastric antrum.
Irrespective of whether the antral gastritis in pernicious anemia is an extension of an immune process into the antrum or a superimposed pattern of hypersecretory (type B) gastritis, the frequency of H.
of Cases % 1 Fundus 2 3% 2 Fundus and Body 3 4% 3 Antrum and Body 16 22% 4 Antrum 34 46% 5 Body 17 23% 6 Entire Stomach 2 3%
The most frequent localisation is the antrum [3], but it has been described in the gastric fundus in rare cases as reported in our case.
Role played by preoperative CT imaging is evaluation of lesion extent (attic, antrum and mastoid); detection of complications, such as bone lysis and cerebromeningeal complications; and detection of anatomical variations (jugular dehiscence and lateralized sinus).
A dentigerous cyst that involves a paranasal sinus usually is related to a maxillary canine, with secondary extension into the antrum.
Cest ce qui se degage de la description qu'il nous donne de Y antrum et de la silva, mieux des silvae ainsi que du temple d'Apollon.
DALLAS -- At 10 years after their procedures, the rate of freedom from atrial fibrillation and atrial tachycardia was 87% in 513 patients who underwent pulmonary vein antrum isolation for drug-refractory paroxysmal atrial fibrillation at a single high-volume center in Texas.
Misplaced T fasteners into the fundus and posterior gastric wall likely caused late slippage of the gastrostomy tube and displacement into the antrum (Table 4).
An antrochoanal polyp refers to a solitary lesion that arises in the maxillary antrum of an atopic person, increases in size to widen the sinus ostium, and then extends into the nasal cavity.
The pyloric part comprises of almost one third of the stomach consisting of thin-walled pyloric antrum with multiple sphincter like loops of muscles associated with it (Budras, 1994).
Female genitalia with abdominal sternite VIII deeply emarginated in U-shape on caudal margin, densely setose; ostium bursae also deeply emarginated in U-shape, with broad caudal lobes; antrum membranous, funnel-shaped or tubular; ductus bursae rather broad, more than 1/3 width of corpus bursae; corpus bursae ovate, large; signum plate small, weakly scobinate, with heavily sclerotized sclerite medially.