extravasated


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ex·trav·a·sate

 (ĭk-străv′ə-sāt′)
v. ex·trav·a·sat·ed, ex·trav·a·sat·ing, ex·trav·a·sates
v.tr.
1. Medicine To force the flow of (blood or lymph) from a vessel out into surrounding tissue.
2. Geology To cause (molten lava) to pour forth from a volcanic vent.
v.intr.
1. Medicine To exude from a vessel into surrounding tissue.
2. Geology To erupt.


ex·trav′a·sa′tion n.
Translations

extravasated

a. extravasado-a, rel. al escape de fluido de un vaso a tejidos circundantes.
References in classic literature ?
It had, however, broad maculations of bluish black, obviously caused by extravasated blood from contusions.
There was not a piece of sound skin the size of a dollar on the whole body; wounds, scars, bruises, discolored extravasated blood, everywhere--even on the soles of the feet there were wounds.
Small vessels, inflammatory cell infiltration, and extravasated erythrocytes also could be found.
Activated plasminogen, plasmin, is a fundamental component of the fibrinolytic system and is the main enzyme involved in the lysis of blood clots and clearance of extravasated fibrin.
Elevation is analgesic and diminishes venous swelling, and intravenous fluids replace the intravascular fluid that has extravasated into the tissues.
A, Low-power appearance showing extravasated, dissecting mucin with scattered tumor cells.
Fibrocellular stroma shows plenty of small cystic spaces filled with blood elements and extravasated blood elements (figures 1-6).
Focal area of myxoid degeneration was seen and few areas showed hemorrhage with the collection of numerous extravasated RBCs.
Elevated serum lipids (triglycerides [TG], low-density lipoprotein [LDL], VLDL) are associated with extravasated lipid in the retina and vision loss.
It is difficult to make patients understand that, despite the discovery and implementation of sophisticated technologies for the administration of anesthesia, the treatment of the symptom caused by the creation of an orifice in the dura mater consists of making a second puncture and depositing a variable volume of their own blood in a space that normally has no extravasated blood.
Extravasated erythrocytes, well-formed capillaries, and multinucleated giant cells were also present.
The punch biopsy should demonstrate follicular hyperkeratosis overlying multiple fragmented hair shafts that are surrounded by a perifollicular lymphohistiocytic infiltrate with extravasated red blood cells.