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mesenteric

[¦mez·ən¦ter·ik]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the mesentery.
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5-cm pseudoaneurysm of the superior mesenteric artery managed by primary surgical repair.
Mesenteric cysts are generally classified in one of two ways.
bovis bacteria led to lymphatic spread from the primary infection, the gut, to mediastinal or tracheobronchial lymph nodes, which explained the lesions in the mesenteric lymph nodes (6).
8-10) In those reports, the authors (11-15) considered disease to be analogous to forms of mesenteric panniculitis of humans.
Computed tomography (CT) results suggested that for the thrombosis of the superior mesenteric vein (Figure 1), emergency partial excision of the small intestine could be performed.
Peripheral and mesenteric blood was collected for CTC evaluation before the surgery (before any mobilization of the primary tumor, to avoid a passive release of tumor cells) for the patients with CRC, and only peripheral blood was collected and analyzed for the control group.
Mesenteric defects/absences can lead to volvulus of the associated parts of the bowel.
Since he had ongoing constitutional symptoms with negative serology and cultures, a conventional mesenteric artery angiography was performed to rule out polyarteritis nodosa.
Consequently, surgeons should always be mindful of checking that the mesenteric pedicle is not twisted to avoid further perils during the postoperative period.
1994), in the aorta (Kung and Luscher 1995) and the perfused mesenteric bed (Atkinson et al.
Starting at week 12 of a high (2%) CHS diet, de-endothelized mesenteric arteries of different diameter (1000-1500, 500-1000, 250-500, and < 250 [micro]m), and cerebral arteries were obtained every 2 weeks for CHS determination.
The diagnostic surgery found the presence of a small foreign body in the small intestine of the animal, which is in decline in the wild, as well as enlarged EoACA mesenteric lymph nodes and spleen.