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profunda

[prō′fən·də]
(anatomy)
Deep-seated; applied to certain arteries.
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Pseudoaneurysm and haemorrhage of the Profunda Femoris artery (PFA) are rare injuries and have been reported following trauma or orthopaedic procedures performed in the proximal femur.
A CT angiogram of the left lower extremity was performed for increasing swelling which revealed a large soft tissue hematoma along the left hemipelvis and upper thigh with active extravasation likely emanating from a small branch of the left profunda femoris (focus of contrast blush Figures 1 and 2).
Durante la diseccion rutinaria en las clases practicas de la Unidad Curricular Anatomia de los Animales Domesticos de un especimen hembra caprino, cruzada mestizo Criollo, de seis anos de edad, aproximadamente, se observo que la arteria lingual izquierda a nivel del extremo craneal de la glandula tiroides, se origino de la arteria carotida comun izquierda, mostrando un diametro de 3 mm, luego la arteria continuo su recorrido profundo a la insercion del musculo esternotiroideo, curso por la pared lateral de la laringe y profunda a los musculos esternomandibular y omohioideo y glandula mandibular (FIGS.
A right lower extremity angiogram was performed which revealed a lacerated right profunda femoris artery (deep femoral artery).
Profunda femoris artery (PFA) injury is a rare complication following fracture of the femoral neck,[sup][1],[2],[3] and it can be caused by the initial trauma or subsequent internal fixation.[sup][4] Cases of pseudoaneurysms following arthroscopy, application of an external fixator, fracture, arthrodesis, and internal fixation have been previously reported.
Pathological analysis showed cystica profunda. Gross pathology of the masses removed by ESD revealed surrounding mucus and fibrosis, with partial calcification [Figure 3].
Seu ramo de menor calibre, a arteria cervical profunda, ramificou-se um pouco mais profundamente no pescoco na musculatura extrinseca do membro toracico, mais caudal.