As already mentioned, fungal disease and inspissated
secretions may be a potential pitfall on MRI (Figure 15).
The ventral pouch was endoscopically evaluated through a full-thickness incision made 3 cm above the inspissated
portion of the pouch.
The aim of this treatment is to melt the meibomian oils which may have inspissated
and to soften any crusts around the eyelash bases.
Aphorisms are wisdom inspissated
, that is, made more intense or dense.
Foreign bodies, bezoars, enteroliths, and inspissated
fecal material in patients with cystic fibrosis can also cause SBO.
Endoscopic evaluation of the maxillary sinus through the inferior meatal opening revealed inspissated
For meibomitis (posterior blepharitis), hot compresses or commercial units like the 'Eye Bag' help to soften the inspissated
oils within the meibomian glands.
Infiltration of the common bile duct with the primary hematologic disease process, CMV-related biliary disease, inspissated
biliary sludge or an impacted gallstone in the distal common bile duct are the most common causes of extrahepatic biliary obstruction in alloHCT recipients.
allergic mucin (classically described as "peanut butter" mucus) may take the form of rubbery plugs that can be expelled from the nose.
Posterior blepharitis requires heat above body temperature to melt the inspissated
Histologic analysis showed smooth muscle hyperplasia with several dilated cystic spaces lined by columnar epithelium containing inspissated
bile (Figure 4).
It consists of dilated, small to medium-sized ductular structures that usually contain inspissated