intrathoracic


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intrathoracic

[¦in·trə·thə′ras·ik]
(anatomy)
Within the thoracic cavity.
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The reason for this result might be as follows: the obstruction and disruption of the intestinal lacteals were not as severe as those of the intrathoracic lacteals, and the rupture of the dilated intestinal lacteals gradually healed with decreased CVP after pericardiectomy.
An intrathoracic meningocele is a cystic sac that has a wall formed by spinal meninges and contains cerebrospinal fluid.
Latent TB infection is diagnosed when there is an absence of parenchymal disease, opacification, or intrathoracic adenopathy.
Approach to management of the patient with primary or secondary intrathoracic goiter.
Their highly aggressive nature and tendency for distant intrathoracic spread helps distinguish this entity from other masses.
It is defined as the presence of interstitial air in the mediastinum that occurs spontaneously, hence not associated with surgery, trauma, organ rupture, mechanical ventilation, or intrathoracic infection [8].
Intrathoracic hibernomas, including the mediastinum and pleura, only accounted for 0.
We present a case of an intrathoracic kidney after blunt abdominal trauma.
7,8] Causative factors of SPM are less clear although some of the trigger factors such as asthma attack, barotrauma, intrathoracic pressure increase, valsalva maneuver, and withdrawal symptoms of illicit drugs are known.
The investigation of suspected cases of intrathoracic TB, is greatly aided by means of aspiration of the intrathoracic lymph nodes and tracheobronchial wall-adjacent lung lesions by using endobronchial ultrasound-guided transbronchial needle aspiration.
The ResQCPR System uses Intrathoracic Pressure Regulation (IPR), a proprietary, non-invasive therapy developed by Advanced Circulatory Systems, Inc.