intracavitary


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intracavitary

(ˌɪntrəˈkævɪtərɪ)
adj
(Medicine) med situated within, or inserted through, a body cavity
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Intracavitary treatment of malignant pleural effusion with iodine-povidone.
Sonohysterography reveals no intracavitary fibroids, although the left lateral myoma has distorted the endometrial cavity.
If it is assumed that the heart and intracavitary blood are uniformly isotropic, and that the reference point is equally well connected with any position in the ventricles, then the UE at a point x is simply a scaled mirror image of the difference between the local Vm and the average Vm in the ventricular myocardium (Vavg):
The common practice of myomectomy for infertile women who have subserosal or intramural fibroids without intracavitary involvement appears unjustified.
(7) Complications like bronchiectasis, intracavitary fungal ball, constrictive pericarditis, empyema necessitans and rib involvement can be well picked up.
When evaluating patients with AUB, I divide them into three age groups: 1) the adolescent (ages 13-18 years); 2) the reproductive woman (19-39 years); and 3) the peri-, meno-, and postmenopausal woman (40 years and above)) In the third group, AUB is more often attributed to intracavitary pathology.
Doppler echocardiography may reveal an unusual intracavitary signal termed diastolic paradoxic jet flow directed from the apex toward the base during LV isovolumetric relaxation and the LV filling period (5,6).
Both saline infusion sonography (SIS) and hysteroscopy are highly accurate for detecting intracavitary lesions and are associated with "an extremely high patient satisfaction rate," said Dr.
An intracavitary polyp is seen surrounded by anechoic fluid with the point of attachment and thickness of the stalk clearly demonstrated.
These images show an increasing thickness of the endometrium with definitive intracavitary pathology that was missed with the previous clinical evaluation with endometrial biopsy and D&C.
ASHLAND, ORE.--Ultrasound-guided intracavitary biopsies of pelvic masses can be safely and accurately performed in patients with a prior diagnosis of cancer who cannot or will not undergo a surgical biopsy Dr.
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