aneurismal


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Related to aneurismal: aneurysmal, aneurysmal bone cyst
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Adj.1.Aneurismal - relating to or affected by an aneurysmaneurismal - relating to or affected by an aneurysm
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If a conservative management approach is chosen it is important to maintain a close follow-up with magnetic resonance angiography, CT scan or ultrasonography (controlling changes in aneurismal size and/or in luminal flow) (4, 6).
Intraneural and extraneural tumors, hypertrophy seen in athletes in muscles, ganglion of tibiofibular joint, peroneal vascular aneurism, osteochondroma of proximal tibia and fibula, aneurismal bone cyst are the reasons of internal pressure.
Pathogens analysis of the early- and late-onset ventilator-acquired pneumonia (VAP) in aneurismal subarachnoid hemorrhage patients.
Benign rib lesions originating from bone or cartilage include fibrous dysplasia, enchondroma, aneurismal bone cyst, and eosinophilic granuloma.
The pathogenesis of aneurismal complication is attributed to endarteritis of vasa vasorum which causes necrosis and thereby weakness in the vessel wall, leading to aneurysm formation.
As a result of the successive adverse remodelling, even individuals who survive a lethal attack remain at risk of ventricular aneurismal formation and functional failure.
It can happen because of leakage at sealing zones (types Ia, Ib, and Ic), leakage due to side branches arising from within the aneurismal sac (types IIa and IIb), leakage from graft defects (types IIIa and IIIb), and leakage due to graft porosity (type IV) [1].
In younger population the differential diagnosis must include aneurismal bone cysts, which in this case was the first diagnostic possibility considered in our patient, in second place giant cell tumor and less likely simple bone cysts.
It has been proposed that the presence of ILT induces hypoxia thus weakening the aneurismal wall and contributing to AAA rupture [31].
Ho, "Investigation of hemodynamics in the development of dissecting aneurysm within patient-specific dissecting aneurismal aortas using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations," Journal of Biomechanics, vol.