intraluminal


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intraluminal

[‚in·trə′lü·mən·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the lumen of a structure.
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For example, if the intraluminal pressure is 22, but the surrounding pressure is +10, the transmural pressure will be 22-(+10) =12.
The importance of multichannel intraluminal impedance in the evaluation of children with persistent respiratory symptoms.
episodes measured by Standard formula: 68 intraluminal impedance P<.0003 and visual regurgitation score.
the tubular member having a first diameter which permits intraluminal delivery of the tubular member into a body passageway having a lumen; and
(2,4) Generally, patients with gastric or duodenal perforation present with acute severe pain due to a rapid chemical peritonitis secondary to spillage of erosive intraluminal contents.
The company's minimally-invasive urological implants are designed to treat ureteral and urethra obstructions over long indwelling period, while ensuring continuous intraluminal flow with full patency.
The following EUS features were analyzed: (a) location, (b) gross shape using the Yamada classification [6], (c) presence of mucosal erosion on endoscopy, (d) maximal diameter, (e) pattern of tumor growth (intraluminal, mural, or extraluminal), (f) endosonographic layer of origin, (g) echogenicity (hypoechoic, isoechoic, or hyperechoic), (h) homogeneity (homogenous or heterogeneous), (i) distinctness of the borders (distinct or indistinct), and (j) presence of hyperechoic tubular structures indicating the presence of denaturalized Anisakidae larvae.
More recently, good results have been reported with the use of a combination of intraluminal [sup]192 Ir brachytherapy and stenting.[sup][2],[3],[4],[5]
CECT revealed gross dilatation of the mid and distal esophagus, and a hypoattenuating, well-defined intraluminal lesion in the distal-most esophagus and GEI junction (Figure 1a).
Intraluminal esophageal obstructions (choke) in bovines are usually due to ingestion of materials that are of inappropriate size/shape and get lodged in the esophagus (Radostits et al., 2000).
A computed tomography angiography revealed a lobular mass of 8 cm diameter, with calcifications at the pelvis, attached to the distal ileum, with intraluminal blush of contrast material (Figure 3).
Patients develop symptoms of abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, anorexia and weight loss resulting from obstruction or a malabsorption type syndrome caused by the multiple intestinal fistulas or intraluminal bacterial overgrowth.