intracavitary


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intracavitary

(ˌɪntrəˈkævɪtərɪ)
adj
(Medicine) med situated within, or inserted through, a body cavity
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Conventionally, early intake was believed to stimulate anastomoses and increase the intracavitary pressure in the gastrointestinal tract, leading to anastomotic leaks.
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18]F-FDG uptake like nodular enhancement seen in contrast-enhanced CT may be one of the most important features in making a differential diagnosis between intracavitary IgG4-RLD and a cavitating lung cancer.
4) If the ultrasound reveals intracavitary lesions, a sonohysterogram would be preferred to characterize intrauterine pathology.
The company said Venezia is designed to treat not only the cervix using an intracavitary technique, but also disease extensions in the parametrium and vagina employing interstitial needles.
The bivalved uterus shows a prominent polypoid intracavitary tumor (inset).
Intraoperatively, hysteroscopy facilitates truly minimally invasive procedures such as hysteroscopic polypectomy or myomectomy, which remove intracavitary abnormalities while preserving the uterine anatomy, and which may allow for fertility-sparing procedures.
Objective: To evaluate the efficacy of suitable applicators for intracavitary brachytherapy to treat cervical cancer.
Focal lesions are underdiagnosed at TVS, because of limitations of the doublelayer thickness evaluation (3-5) Transvaginal ultrasound is used conventionally as initial investigation of patients with abnormal uterine bleeding, but saline infusion sonography is a better technique to reliably distinguish focal intracavitary lesion from diffuse endometrial lesions.
conducted a study on 105 patients and reported that, compared to SIS and TVUSG, H/S had a significantly higher accuracy rate in detecting intracavitary lesions and that SIS had a higher accuracy rate compared to TVUSG.
Cancers located near body cavities, for example in the prostate, rectum, vagina, cervix, or esophagus, can be treated via intracavitary or intraluminal methods, bringing heat directly into these regions.
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