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carinal

(kəˈriːnəl)
adj
resembling or relating to a carina
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Adj.1.carinal - relating to or resembling a carina
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The plate is relatively big: its preserved part is about 50 cm long measured from the natural anterior margin to the broken carinal process and a maximum of about 45 cm wide.
Wide area circumferential ablation with carinal lesions (if accessible) is performed around all pulmonary veins.
Charlie Shine Carinal of the 68th Infantry Battalion, who was wounded in Sumisip, Basilan on Friday during operations against the Abu Sayyaf.
Anaesthetic management of carinal resection and reconstruction-a case report.
Early on, the arms are composed of three carinal plates (at the middle portion of the abactinal side), one terminal plate (at the end), and two supermarginal plates on both lateral sides (Fig.
Bifurcation core is defined as the central part of the bifurcation which begins where the common vessel starts to split into two branches and ends at the carinal point, [sup][14] which area was calculated by the Qangio XA software.
Tergum with carinal margin protuberant in upper half to third, spurlength a tenth shorter than width, distance from basiscutal angle less than own width (Gordon, 1970, Biccard, 2012), the classification of this species as follows:
Computed tomography (CT) of the thorax (figure 2) revealed increased interstitial reticulonodular density on the posterior segment of the upper lobe of the right lung and conglomerated LAPs in the pretracheal, prevascular, retrocaval, aortic pulmonary window, carinal, subcarinal, and hilar areas.
Numerous color photographs illustrate video-assisted thoracoscopic lobectomy, dissection of veins and arteries, segmentectomy in different regions, removal of an anatomic lobe of the lung, and carinal resection.
2B), calcified-noncalcified lymph nodes of pathological size were detected in bilateral axillary, paratracheal, perivascular, carinal, subcarinal, bilateral hilar and paracardiac regions.
In this case series, only two patients had metallic stents; one patient (Patient 12, Figure 2) was deemed to have too high an anaesthetic risk and hence had a metallic stent deployed via a flexible bronchoscope, performed in the ICU, while the other patient (Patient 7, Figure 3) had a very critical stenosis at the carinal area where a silicone stent could not be deployed.
The carinal canals are not continuous through the nodes (Gifford & Foster, 1989), which likely increases resistance to water flow.