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emboly

[′em·bə·lē]
(embryology)
Formation of a gastrula by the process of invagination.
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Opisthobranchs are known to gastrulate by a variety of methods including epiboly and emboly, or some combinations thereof (Thompson, 1958; Gohar and Soliman, 1967a, b; Williams, 1971; Soliman, 1978; Verdonk and Biggelaar, 1983; Schaefer, 1997).
7%) cases in presence of clinical picture of PATE being performed (roentgenological signs of pneumonia, discharge of rusty sputum, presence of respiratory insufficiency indicators of saturation) the pathology in APG was not diagnosed in patients that may be connected with emboly of the ending branches with small thrombus or lysis of small thrombus on the basis of the performed conservative measures.
f) Side effects related with the lung: Dyspnea and wheezing are observed more frequently, but severe side effects including pulmonary emboly, pulmonary edema, pleuresia and transfusion related lung disease are also reported (23-25).