intrathoracic


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intrathoracic

(ˌɪntrəθəˈræsɪk)
adj
(Medicine) med located or occurring within the thorax
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Lymphatic pressure will be increased, causing the rupture of dilated intestinal and intrathoracic lacteals.
In this study a rare, mature cystic teratoma that was associated with an anterior intrathoracic meningocele and that developed in the posterior mediastinum is presented.
Although many underlying disorders caused increased intrathoracic pressure can lead to pneumomediastinum, it can be occurred without any reason.
Infiltrates and intrathoracic lymph node enlargement may or may not be present.
It has been hypothesized that OSA generates AF substrate through negative intrathoracic pressure changes and autonomic nervous system activation.
It demonstrated the diagnostic CP physiology [Figure-1B, 1C & 1D] namely dissociation of intrathoracic and intracardiac pressures and exaggerated interventricular dependence as septal bounce was seen in MRI (Video-1).
Intrathoracic goiter resection by combined surgical approach: resection by right videothoracoscopy and cervicotomy
His medical history included a nonsymptomatic intrathoracic goiter of 20 years' duration and hypertension.
PVI is a measure of dynamic changes in Perfusion Index (PI) that occur during one or more complete respiratory cycles, and may show changes that reflect physiologic factors such as vascular tone, circulating blood volume, and intrathoracic pressure excursions.
Since joining Zoll in 2008 as president, Rennert has led the company to become the global leader in external defibrillation, has diversified the product portfolio through the addition of transport ventilators and intrathoracic pressure regulation (IPR) therapy, and has overseen the establishment of Asahi Kasei Zoll Medical, Zoll's Japanese subsidiary.
2) Symptomatology is generally secondary to compression or invasion of contiguous mediastinal structures as well as distant intrathoracic spread, which are distinguishing characteristics of this entity helping differentiate it from other masses.
Free air can reach the mediastinum from intrathoracic (esophagus, trachea, bronchial tree, lung, and pleural space) or extrathoracic (head, neck, and peritoneum) structures [1].