pericardial


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pericardial

[‚per·ə′kärd·ē·əl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the pericardium.
Located around the heart.
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Echocardiogram was done which revealed thickened and nodular pericardium with moderate to large size pericardial effusion without cardiac tamponade.
Echocardiography and chest CT showing enlargement of lymph node with an inner low-density shadow and pericardial effusions could provide key clues for the diagnosis of mediastinal infection.
Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease with multiple extra renal complications including polycystic liver disease, epigastric hernia and pericardial effusion.
An additional blastx search on 53 other virus metagenomes sequenced from pericardial fluids after pericarditis events failed to retrieve these sequences.
The patient presented also a circumferential pericardial effusion with 50 mm maximum posterior thickness.
13] review the approach to a patient with suspected pericardial disease.
Neck veins were distended; heart sounds were distant; no pericardial friction rub was heard; dullness was found on both lung bases.
The differential diagnosis primarily includes pericardial hematoma, pericardial effusion, and pericarditis.
Around 1000 ml of pericardial fluid was drained and the patient improved significantly.
The pericardium typically contains less than 50 mL of normal serous fluid, most of which resides in various pericardial recesses and the oblique and transverse pericardial sinuses which are formed by reflections of the serous pericardial layer.