pleural cavity

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pleural cavity

n.
The space that develops between the two pleurae when there is fluid between them. Also called pleural space.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pleural cavity - the cavity in the thorax that contains the lungs and heartpleural cavity - the cavity in the thorax that contains the lungs and heart
bodily cavity, cavum, cavity - (anatomy) a natural hollow or sinus within the body
pleura - the thin serous membrane around the lungs and inner walls of the chest
Translations
PleurahöhlePleuraspalt
pleŭro
cavidad pleural
pleuraholtepleurale ruimte
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A potential fourth cohort may be opened to evaluate an intrapleural delivery of ADVM-043.
Likewise, we found that after an intrapleural injection of carrageenan, mPGES-1 KO mice displayed a significantly reduced accumulation of exudate and impaired leukocyte migration into the pleural cavity.
Intrapleural fibrinolytics was not used in the study as a result of negative result in MIST trial.
Additionally, a more sophisticated electronic negative drainage device measures specific parameters of intrapleural pressure (Zisis et al.
For example, it has been reported that in patients with malignant mesothelioma, intrapleural tranexamic acid and, during oral surgeries, its oral solution can be used for controlling blood loss.
Pneumothorax was divided into spontaneous pneumothorax (an intrapleural air collection in the absence of intubation, positive ventilation, or underlying pulmonary pathology) and secondary pneumothorax (with underlying lung pathology).
Intrapleural catheter embedding during surgery under direct vision of surgeon is safe and easy and without potential risk of thoracic epidural block.
Diante da possibilidade de ocorrencia de pneumotorax associado a laceracoes em traqueia, procedeu-se a toracocentese exploratoria, constatando-se o nao comprometimento da pressao negativa intrapleural.
25 ml of an intrapleural injection of 1% carrageenan on the right side of the thorax.
Most common pleural complication in PLCH is pneumothorax [sup][1],[2],[10] and pleural effusion is an extremely rare feature described in association with systemic LCH [sup][4],[5],[7] or intrapleural rupture of eosinophilic granuloma of rib.