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Related to hyperemic: reactive hyperemia, Hyperaemic


Denoting hyperemia.


Denoting hyperemia.
Synonym(s): hyperaemic.


adj having a large volume of blood in any given place in the body.
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Lactate was measured in hyperemic earlobes blood samples at the end of every stage, and at 1, 3, 5, 10, and 15 min during the recovery (17,18).
The lungs, liver, spleen, and brain were hyperemic, and perivascular edema of brain tissue was noted.
Figure 4 shows upper gastrointestinal endoscopy with slightly elevated and hyperemic mucosa and erosion in the antrum of the greater curvature (Figure 4, A).
Combination of physical stress with adenosine hyperemic Tc-99m sestamibi MPI significantly reduces adenosine induced undesirable side effects, enhances image quality, and reduces artifacts.
While abscesses lack internal color flow, a hyperemic rim may be occasionally observed.
The lungs were diffusedly hyperemic with some localized foci of ecchymotic heamorrhages on the ventral surfaces of the left caudal and right middle lobes.
5) Sometimes, skin over the nodule may be hyperemic with changes of peau d'orange and the axillary nodes may be enlarged mimicking inflammatory carcinoma breast.
Contrast FFR, also known as contrast Pd/Pa, is a new diagnostic approach where the hyperemic effect (an increase in blood flow) is induced by contrast medium in place of adenosine.
5 cm fat-containing ovoid lesion (FIGURE, star) with hyperemic rim (FIGURE, short arrows) abutting the lateral wall of the sigmoid colon with mild surrounding inflammatory change (FIGURE, long arrow).
In a study of rheumatoid arthritis patients, the presence of rheumatoid factor and antiCCP (anti--cyclic citrullinated peptide antibodies) was independently associated with impaired endothelial function as measured by reactive hyperemic index (15).
Vital signs and physical examination findings were normal, except for hyperemic oropharyngeal mucosa and swollen bilateral lower eyelids and the cheeks.