Interlobar


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In`ter`lo´bar


a.1.(Anat.) Between lobes; as, the interlobar notch of the liver; the interlobar ducts of a gland.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The fissure: interlobar collateral ventilation and implications for endoscopic therapy in emphysema.
Involvement of ipsilateral or contralateral supraclavicular/scalene lymph node or contralateral mediastinal, hilar, interlobar, or peripheral nodes is categorized as N3 (9).
The measurement of RI, kidney size, and parenchymal thickness were performed using a duplex Doppler apparatus (Digital colour Doppler Envisor, Philips electronic-Envisor) with a 3.5--MHz convex transducer in a supine position at the level of the Renal hilum and at level of interlobar artery in the allograft recipient.
Another study of 40 patients with renal transplant in the near future found that the RRI from the main, segmental, and interlobar arteries was closely related to CS in the early post-transplant period (11).
During the ultrasound examination, it is important to visualize segmental, interlobar and arcuate arteries and measure their resistive indexes (RI), which range up to 0.70 and are slightly higher than that of a normal kidney (21-23).
A systematic review reported that embolism was distributed in the pulmonary trunk (0.8%), lobar and interlobar (31.7%), isolated subsegmental (32.5%), and main pulmonary arteries (35%).[26] Therefore, approximately two-thirds of the emboli were located in proximal pulmonary arteries.
(10) The ultrasonographic feature of pulmonary fibrosis consists of detection and quantification of the US lung comet tail sign (B-line artifacts); this sign is generated by the reflection of the US beam from the thickened subpleural interlobar septum.
On light microscopy paucity of interlobar bile ducts was seen in all the patients.
[.sup.18]F-FDG PET/CT identified subcarinal, right hilar and left interlobar hypermetabolic lymph nodes in one of the six patients with a false positive result (Figure 2).
(1,2) It allows real-time EBUS-guided transbronchial needle aspiration (EBUSTBNA) of mediastinal and hilar lymph nodes (LNs) by providing access to the paratracheal LN stations (levels 2R, 2L, 4R, and 4L), the subcarinal LN (level 7), and the hilar, interlobar, and lobar LNs (levels 10, 11, and 12; Figure 1).
Sampaio et al (15) reported that upper infundibulum is almost completely involved, both anteriorly and posteriorly, with segmental or interlobar arteries in 86.6% of cases, whereas in 62% of the cases, the posterior aspect of the lower major calyceal infundibulum was free from arteries.
A total of 2298 lymph node stations were sampled: 1003 superior mediastinal: 2 high upper station #1, 56 station #2R, 8 station #2L, 740 station #4R, and 197 station #4L; 789 subcarinal station #7; 506 N1 nodes: 57 hilar (37 station #10R and 20 station #10l), 365 interlobar (191 station #11R and 174 station #11L), 83 lobar (53 station #12R and 30 station #12L), and 1 segmental station #13L.