Therefore, to predict RFL following LPN, the present study aimed to modify the C index to quantify the distance between the renal hilum
and the renal tumour, termed the modified C index (m-CI), and to validate the accuracy and superiority of the m-CI.
An echogenic hilum
indicates benign nature, while malignant LNs do not show echogenic hilum
With regards to location of stone, 27 (47%) were found in proximal part of duct, 26 stones (45%) were found in distal part of duct while in one patient 2 stones were found, 1 in hilum
and another near opening of the duct.
Note that the hilum
is directed laterally (arrowhead).
Features such as roundness index, absence of hilum
, and vascular pattern demonstrated sensitivities of 91%, 86%, and 86% and positive predictive values (PPVs) of 71%, 73%, and 86%, respectively.
of the kidney was facing little anteriorly in its upper part which could be due to mal rotation of kidney during development.
The researchers first found that cells in the hilum
region express a known marker for stem cells, called ALDH1.
La Tabla 1 muestra claras diferencias entre las semillas de las especies de Nicotiana estudiadas en el conjunto de los rasgos cualitativos analizados, por ejemplo, forma y volumen de la semilla, patron de ornamentacion dado por las celulas epidermicas en zonas cercanas y lejanas del hilum
, y tipo y ubicacion del hilum
Lersten and Gunn (1981) investigated not only the seed coat but also the hilum
and lens morphologies of 100 species belonging to the 4 genera in the tribes of Vicieae.
7 mm de ancho), de forma eliptica, asi como una testa foveolada muy hundida y ligeramente reticulada, ademas de un hilum
de mayor longitud (52 [my]m), en comparacion con las otras especies (ver Cuadro 1).
Felson described the hilum
overlay sign as the visualisation, on a frontal X-ray, of the first bifurcation of either the left or right pulmonary artery more than 1 cm medial to the lateral edge of the cardiac shadow.
In view of 518, it seems most natural to take hilum
as the accusative object of detrahere (modified by prosum, 'a very little amount') and to emend aliquid accordingly.