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intramural

1. Education chiefly US and Canadian operating within or involving those in a single establishment
2. Anatomy within the walls of a cavity or hollow organ
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intramural

[¦in·trə′myu̇r·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the substance of the walls of an organ.
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Activities can range from playing an intramural sport like ultimate frisbee a few times a month to taking an aerobics class at a fitness centre each week.
The appearance of an aorta with IMH and intramural blood pools at multiple levels has been described as the "Chinese ring-sword sign" (14).
The EMI-2 was originally designed to assess exercise; however, to encompass a wide array of intramural activities, we used it to assess physical activity (Ball & Bice, 2015; Ball, Bice, & Parry, 2014).
Although it is a rare PCI complication, intramural haematoma can be associated with a pressure-driven enlargement of the medial space with vessel lumen compression resulting in significant blood flow disturbances and ischaemia.
Follow-up details for women with unexplained infertility and intramural myomas, and who underwent myomectomy, are shown in [Figure 1].
El objetivo de este trabajo fue describir el diagnostico y tratamiento de un ureter ectopico unilateral, intramural, en una hembra canina de 4 meses, cuya resolucion quirurgica requirio la combinacion de dos tecnicas descritas para la patologia.
Bachmann, "Incidence of intramural digestive system hematoma in anticoagulation.
Karamanian, "Spontaneous intramural esophageal hematoma (IEH) secondary to anticoagulation and/or thrombolysis therapy in the setting of a pulmonary embolism: a case report," Journal of Radiology Case Reports, vol.
Abdominal computed tomography (CT) which was taken without contrast due to increased creatinine level, showed portomesenteric venous gas (Figure-1) and intramural haematoma of the proximal jejunum (Figure-2)
The bladder mucosal surface may also have a "cobblestone" or "beaded necklace" appearance.[sup.5] Ultrasound shows diffuse bladder wall thickening with increased echogenicity.[sup.6] A CT scan is highly sensitive for detecting intraluminal and intramural gas, as well as for defining the extent and severity of EC.

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