Hemolysis is classified as either intravascular, occurring within the blood vessels, or extravascular
, mediated by phagocytic destruction in the reticuloendothelial system.
22,23) Because the routes of administration cited are extravascular
, higher dosages may be required to achieve similar plasma concentrations.
When these accumulated, extravascular
fluids were not broken down to a fully concocted mixture (materia pecans) and re-absorbed or discharged (as in an abscess), and the remains formed a tumour (onkos) which could have various characteristics.
The company said that EXOSEAL incorporates a number of new advances in technology and simplicity of design to provide precise and secure extravascular
compression of the femoral vein due to wear debris-induced iliopsoas bursitis: a rare cause of leg swelling after total hip arthroplasty.
A kappa free light chain weighs 24kD and a lambda weighs 50kD, and they are present in similar concentrations in the intravascular and extravascular
The site of red blood cell destruction may be intravascular or extravascular
(primarily the spleen).
Autopsy revealed fibrosis and calcification of the psoas muscle, renal tubules, testes, and diaphragm; "microscopically, most of the diaphragm was replaced by fibrous tissue with extensive vascular and extravascular
calcium deposit" (Ting et al.
These include hemorrhage, venous thrombosis (uninfected), extravascular
hematoma, local or systemic infection, pneumo- hydro- hemo- or chylo-thorax, air embolus, catheter fragment embolus, nerve injury, arteriovenous fistula, and cardiac arrhythmias or tamponade.
The immunopathology of eythema nodosum leprosum: the role of extravascular
For example, patients with a low serum albumin may not be able to move extravascular
water into the plasma space very efficiently.
13 En la mayoria hubo una disminucion de la presion arterial en los primeros dias posparto seguido de un aumento posterior entre los dias 3 y 6, estableciendo como posible explicacion de este fenomeno, el aumento del volumen intravascular secundario a la remocion de fluidos del espacio extravascular