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ex·tra·vas·cu·lar

 (ĕk′strə-văs′kyə-lər)
adj.
1. Located or occurring outside a blood or lymph vessel.
2. Lacking vessels; nonvascular.

extravascular

(ˌɛkstrəˈvæskjʊlə)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated or occurring outside a lymph or blood vessel

ex•tra•vas•cu•lar

(ˌɛk strəˈvæs kyə lər)

adj.
situated outside the blood and lymph system.
[1795–1805]
Translations

ex·tra·vas·cu·lar

a. extravascular, que ocurre fuera de un vaso o vasos.
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With this functionality, and using data from three systems (CT, MR and vascular systems) will yield a new quality in vascular and extravascular cancer surgery intervention and support in the planning process of any surgical procedures, which require prior evaluation of blood;
It seems to mechanically deter the interaction of platelets and fibrin in the extravascular space and endothelium.
Proleukin administration has been associated with capillary leak syndrome (CLS), which is characterized by a loss of vascular tone and extravasation of plasma proteins and fluid into the extravascular space.
Leaky capillaries, often compounded by hypoproteinaemia, predispose these patients to extravascular fluid extravasation.
This results in leakage of plasma proteins and water into the extravascular spaces, producing severe oedema and contributing to hypotension and shock.
The passing red blood cells fill virtually the entire capillary lumen, minimizing the diffusion path for gases and nutrients between the capillary and the extravascular tissue.
It is also important to note that extravascular infiltration by tumor cells is observed in only 11% of IVL cases, and patients presenting with classic features of IVL have later developed a nodal diffuse large B-cell lymphoma with shared immunophenotypic markers (1).
The signs of imminent shock in dengue, attributable to sudden and large volume of body fluid losses into the extravascular compartment, are intense and continuous abdominal pain, frequent vomiting, as well as a sudden decrease in temperature leading to hypothermia (3).
Final pathology revealed intravascular and extravascular components of high-grade sarcoma.
VEGF promotes angiogenesis and microvascular hyper-permeability to produce extravascular fluid that appears bloody.
Infusing half a kilogram of fat into a 70 kg person does not add appreciably to the lipid into which the drug can sequester, the concept of the creation of a 'lipid sink' into which a large amount of the drug will sequester is flawed; there is already a very large extravascular sink for lipid soluble drugs.
Severe malnutrition may be complicated by hypoalbuminaemia and sepsis, which both lead to poor retention of intravascular fluids and complications related to extravascular leakage.