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cavitary

(ˈkævɪtərɪ)
adj
having or containing cavities
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Higher relapse rates may occur in patients with cavitary pulmonary lesions and/or positive sputum cultures after the initial phase of active tuberculosis treatment and in patients with evidence of bilateral pulmonary disease.
Chest x-ray revealed a right lower lobe cavitary lesion with an air-fluid level, along with right lung base opacity (Figure 1).
16) Difficulty of diagnosis of mesothelioma in dogs is attributed to clinical signs related to cavitary effusions rather than development of a discrete mass.
Thin- or thick-walled cavitary lesions, most of which are identified in the upper lungs, may develop from excavation of consolidation or nodules.
Metaphyseal sleeves are stepped sleeves de signed to compensate for substantial type 2 and 3 cavitary defects, while bringing the implant into contact with strong, supportive bone.
5-cm cavitary lesion filled with inflammatory exudate (Fig.
The effect of screw position on the initial fixation of a reverse total shoulder prosthesis in a glenoid with a cavitary bone defect.
Sputum and blood cultures should be completed in those with a positive pneumococcal antigen test as well as in those with pleural effusion, alcohol abuse, or evidence of cavitary infiltrates on chest radiography.
pneumoniae causes a necrotizing pneumonia, patients who survive often have a scarred, shrunken upper lobe containing several cavities, which resembles chronic cavitary tuberculosis.