intrathoracic


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intrathoracic

[¦in·trə·thə′ras·ik]
(anatomy)
Within the thoracic cavity.
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In vivo luciferase assays were performed by mixing the plasmids with TurboFect™ in vivo reagent (Fermentas, Canada), followed by intrathoracic microinjection of 98 nl (~50 ng of plasmid DNA) into adult female mosquitoes;[18],[19] homogenates of individual mosquitoes were assayed for luciferase activity 5-day postinjection.
Spontaneous pneumomediastinum should be suspected in young patients who come with emergency department with complaints such as chest pain and shortness of breath after activities that will increase intrathoracic pressure.
CT imaging of the neck and chest region is the best examination that can scan and identify intrathoracic goiter components.5 Our aim in this study was to determine the frequency of RSG and classify the CT findings of patients with RSG by several different methods.
Intrathoracic manifestations of metastatic testicular seminoma: A comparison of chest radiographic and CT findings.
The value of various definitions of intrathoracic goiter for predicting intraoperative and postoperative complications.
Spontaneous mediastinum if diagnosed by chest radiograph with the exclusion of any perforation related to intrathoracic viscus, does not require further imaging by CT.
These are as follows: the tissue has blood supply from intrathoracic vessels rather than from cervical arteries, there is a normal or absent [without history of surgery] cervical thyroid gland, and the cervical thyroid gland does not have a similar pathologic process as the ectopic tissue and has no history or evidence of documented malignancy [5, 8].
Valsalva retinopathy was firstly reported by Thomas Duane as 'a particular form of retinopathy, preretinal, and hemorrhagic in nature, secondary to a sudden increase in intrathoracic pressure' in 1972 [1].
Severe bleeding due to aortic lesions [14] or other intrathoracic lesions have also been reported.
In the second mechanism, these complications can also arise from injury during intubation, excessive intra-alveolar pressure, and activities that increase the intrathoracic pressure.
Although the disease commonly affects lymph nodes, extranodal involvement, either isolated or associated with lymph node involvement, has been reported in up to 43% of cases including skin, soft tissue, nasal cavity, bone, orbit, intrathoracic structures, central nervous system, breast, urogenital tract, and gastrointestinal tract [3-13].