Recently, 2 studies explored the mucosa as an experimental entry site
for Zika virus.
Instead of multiple ports of entry, the single port system has one entry site
that is an inch in diameter.
Combining high resolution imaging capability with chemical sensing in living cells has the potential to unravel processes virtually impossible to follow with available techniques, such as for example defining the local environment at the specific entry site
of endocytic routes of key importance for drug delivery.
Computed Tomography (CT) of the chest showed the entry site
of the tube (fig 2).
The Vancouver scar scale was used to evaluate the healing of the port entry site
in the umbilical region, and cosmesis analysis was performed.
Each PIV placed represents a potential entry site
for BSI or for dislodgement, putting the patient's safety at risk.
- The rapid binding and immobilisation of ADCs their entry site
, prohibits the diffusion of the drug further away from the blood vessel.
The 5'end UTR, which is 341 nt in length, contains an internal ribosome entry site
(IRES), a highly conserved region with extensive secondary structure formed by palindromic complementary sequences giving rise to four structural domains .
There was no erythema in the CVC entry site
and on its trace.
The most common site of lead fracture is at the site of entry (40%) followed by the area between the entry site
and generator (28%) and lastly close to the generator site (23%).
The entry site
for the endostapler was made extracorporeally at the estimated point for both an adequate length of isoperistaltic stapling and a suitable length from the end of the staple line to the jejunal stump.
An improper starting point can lead to malalignment, increased comminution at the fracture site, or fracture "bursting" at the entry site
. In regard to anterograde IMN, both piriformis and trochanteric entry designs have pros and cons.