lymphoma: a neoplasm of 'homeless' lymphocytes?
Intravase is a sterile, GMP-grade secondary reagent used with the Celution System to prepare the Celution cell output for safe intravascular
large B-cell lymphoma has no specific chromosomal alterations, but many abnormalities reported in other B-cell lymphomas may be seen in IVLBCL.
papillary endothelial hyperplasia (Masson's tumor) manifesting as a lateral neck mass.
Clinical history and laboratory studies compatible with intravascular
hemolysis, including that caused by mechanical hemolysis from a dysfunctional cardiac valve replacement as in this case or paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria, aid with diagnosis.
In an extensive literature review by Mermel, (4) and the NNIS System report of the CDC, (2) the majority of serious CRBSIs (90%) were associated with central intravascular
catheters (CVCs), especially in the ICU patient population.
The scoring system of the Scientific and Standardization Committee on Disseminated Intravascular
Coagulation of the International Society on thrombosis and haemostasis: a 5-year overview.
Because of high complication rate when they are left in situ, removal of intravascular
foreign objects, either percutaneously or surgically, is justified by many authors (5, 6).
First, that the risks of intravascular
injection and toxic blood levels can be reduced by using an infusion of local anaesthetic rather than a bolus technique, and by choosing a local anaesthetic agent with the best safety profile.
cooling blankets, ice packs), and intravascular
cooling catheters, which deliver cooled saline.
Resten-NG in the therapeutic dose arm demonstrated statistically significant efficacy in preventing restenosis determined by both quantitative angiography and intravascular
ultrasound compared with a control arm and a subtherapeutic dose arm.
aureus small colony variants and emphasizes that these variants may also play a role in intravascular