interpulmonary

interpulmonary

[¦in·tər′pu̇l·mə‚ner·ē]
(anatomy)
Located between the lungs.
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1B, 9F), but also an enlarged interpulmonary fold, a diagnostic character of the latter genus (Figs.
The anteriorly elongate interpulmonary fold (termed "uterus externus" by Brescovit et al.
7); they differ from Filistatoides by having at least one of the two following characters: a large, anteriorly drawn interpulmonary fold covering the spermathecae (Figs.
In the present study, persistent pulmonary inflammation also induced the upregulation of the CINC family, so we think that interpulmonary infiltration of inflammatory cells including neutrophils is related to the CINC family.
Mediastinal pleura: It is the part which is applied to the structures occupying the interpulmonary region.
Saanchez-Quintana, "Morphological evidence of muscular connections between contiguous pulmonary venous orifices: relevance of the interpulmonary isthmus for catheter ablation in atrial fibrillation," Heart Rhythm, vol.