In fibrous papule, perifollicular fibroma, infundibular
cyst and proliferating trichilemmal cyst, BerEP4 stains some of the basaloid cells17.
pulmonary stenosis (gradient 20/14 mmHg), mild mitral regurgitation and severe tricuspid regurgitation (right ventricular (RV) systolic pressure 108 mmHg) and biventricular global hypokinesia (left ventricular (LV) ejection fraction %25, RV ejection fraction %30).
These openings are of the first branch of the right coronary artery, the infundibular
Presently it is being used as primary treatment in patients with large upper tract stone burden (>1.5 cm), lower pole caculi > 1 cm, concurrent anatomic abnormalities impairing urinary drainage and stone clearance, including uretero pelvic junction obstruction, ureteroenteral anastomotic strictures, infundibular
stenosis, or stones in a calyceal diverticulum and in cases of known cysteine or struvite composition (1).
(or conal) branch was used to designate branches that serve the anterior free wall of the right ventricular outflow tract (grossly the 3- to 5-cm segment of myocardial territory below the pulmonary valve).
Chaudhary et al (5) series showed ampullary (76.75%), isthmic (16.27%), and infundibular
The other features which suggest a ventricular enlargement due to increased CSF pressure include effacement of the cortical sulci, elevation and thinning of the corpus callosum, dilatation of the optic and infundibular
recess of the third ventricle and penal recess posteriorly.
agger nasi, supraorbital ethmoid, lacrimal, infundibular
On Gross examination a cystic mass in the ampullary, infundibular
and fimbrial region of the right fallopian tube measuring 10x5x3 cms was seen.
right ventricular outflow obstruction.
Similarly, the posterior calyces of the kidneys are at a 30Adeg oblique angle to the vertical plane when the patient is prone.10 The posterior calyceal approach of lower pole in prone position with a limitation due to the maintaince of the angle is considered as the safest approach13, with minimal injury to the renal parenchyma as well as infundibular
or other vessel injuries, which may have catastrophic consequences..
Anatomic and pathologic spectrum of pituitary infundibular
lesions.AJR 2007; 188(3); 223-32.