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Adj.1.aneurysmatic - relating to or affected by an aneurysmaneurysmatic - relating to or affected by an aneurysm
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, aneurysmatic
a. aneurismal, rel. a un aneurisma.
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The data regarding these symptoms is mainly based on studies in patients with SAH, more specifically, in patients with aneurysmatic SAH.
Aneurysmatic dilatation of the renal arteries is easily shown using Doppler and must be differentiated from dilated pyelon.
A left CAF (diameter 2.9 mm) draining into the aneurysmatic part of the right ventricle was visualized by color Doppler ultrasound.
CT of the chest revealed the aneurysmatic dilatation of the ascending arch and the descending aorta and pulmonary infiltrates in left upper lobe suspicious of aorto-bronchial fistula with bleeding in the lung (Figures 2, 3, and 4).
The coronary arteries are defined as aneurysmatic when their diameter exceeds the diameter of the adjacent normal vessel by one and a half times according to Swaye et al.
Otahbachi, "Use of PTFE-covered stent in acute myocardial infarction of aneurysmatic coronary artery," International Journal of Cardiology, vol.
In vivo imaging experiments in murine models revealed specific probe accumulation in aneurysmatic aorta.
A computed tomographic angiography revealed 14 x 10 x 9 cm sized regular bounded aneurysmatic expansion placed between pancreas tail, spleen, stomach, and kidney in left upper quadrant of abdomen.
Achieving LA access through transseptal route can be challenging in patients who have an elastic or aneurysmatic septum or a fibrosed septum due to previous procedure.
It is speculated that changes in atmospheric pressure may lead to changes in pressure within the vessel wall and facilitate its rupture, especially in an aneurysmatic modified vessel [22].