caval


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ca·val

(kā'văl),
Relating to a vena cava.

ca·val

(kā'văl)
Relating to a vena cava.

caval

Pertaining to the great veins, the VENA CAVAE.
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Caval estimates that each family of four visiting Golden League games spends about $40 on tickets and concessions.
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A fifth patient was diagnosed with caval thrombus by IVUS, but had too extensive a thrombus to allow for IVC filter placement.
Those attendees include Sean Willy, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility; Nigel Thomas, MD, Barricks; Richard Kerrison, Mining Manager, Fortesque Metals Group; Glen Lewis NuCoal; Glen Grindlay, GM of Operations, Waihi NZ, Newmont Mining; Alisdair Gibbons, GM Caval Ridge, BHP Billiton; Paul Williams, CEO, Queensland Coal Corporation and Andrew Wilson, Manager Mine Operations, Rio Tinto.
Those already signed up to participate include the South Wales Intercultural Community Arts (SWICA) and Breton pipe band and dancers Bagad Cap Caval along with a number of local schools.
This case report is unique as it involves simultaneous pulmonary and adrenal resection due to metastatic cervical cancer and that the operation required partial vena caval resection due to local spread of disease.
He demonstrated marked scrotal edema, lower body edema and extensive ascites consistent with inferior vena caval syndrome.
Blood (20 mL) was sampled from the inferior caval vein and the coronary sinus and was collected in chilled 10-mL Vacutainer Tubes containing disodium EDTA (1.
You should be aware that any stew calling itself pastissada de caval is horsemeat, regarded by the locals as a delicacy.
Some surgeons have predicted the rate would actually be higher than with open surgery because the laparoscopic procedure involves pneumoperitoneum, which has been thought to cause vena caval compression.