Extracapsular


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Ex`tra`cap´su`lar


a.1.(Anat.) Situated outside of a capsule, esp. outside the capsular ligament of a joint.
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The 5th edition of the ACR BI-RADS Atlas 2013 (15) provides a systematic outline for MRI evaluation of breast implants with description of implant material and lumen type (saline, silicone, other materials, single-lumen versus multilumen), implant location (retroglandular versus retropectoral), abnormal implant contour (focal bulge), intracapsular silicone findings (radial folds, subcapsular lines, keyhole signs, linguini sign), extracapsular silicone (breast, lymph nodes), water droplets, and peri-implant fluid.
The lateral suture technique or extracapsular repair is the simplest procedure and the lowest cost for surgical stabilization.
Tumors are poorly circumscribed with an infiltrative border, including extracapsular extension beyond the salivary gland; the neoplastic cells show significant perineural (figure 2) and lymphovascular invasion.
Prostate MRI, performed in only 6 patients, showed hypointense anomalies with signs of possible extracapsular extension in one case (Table 3).
Audit of extracapsular cataract extraction and posterior chamber lens implantation as a routine treatment for age related cataract in east Africa.
With the advent of phacoemulsification techniques for cataract extraction, using small incisions and implantation of foldable intraocular lenses (IOL), the incidence of PCMO has greatly reduced compared to previously common intracapsular cataract extraction (ICCE) and extracapsular cataract extraction (ECCE) techniques used routinely some 30 years ago.
An extracapsular arterial ring is formed by branches of the medial and lateral circumflex arteries, contributing to the metaphyseal blood supply.
The intrahepatic hematoma was contiguous with subcapsular and extracapsular hematomas over the right lobe.
Surgical repair of displaced intracapsular and extracapsular hip fractures costs about $20,000 but the treatment saves society roughly $60,000 per patient (mostly in nursing home care).
She underwent exploratory laparotomy during which a 4-cm intraparenchymal and extracapsular splenic mass was discovered, in addition to tumor studding on the right upper quadrant diaphragmatic and liver surfaces, with the largest nodule measuring 2.
In this study, the relationship between the presence of the tertiary Gleason pattern and age, the preoperative PSA, clinical stage, biopsy scores, postoperative pathology results (Gleason score, pathological stage, extracapsular extension, seminal vesicle invasion, lymph node invasion, surgical margin positivity), and postoperative PSA levels were analyzed.