intrapericardiac

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in·tra·per·i·car·di·ac

, intrapericardial (in'tră-per'i-kar'dē-ak, -kar'dē-ăl),
Within the pericardial cavity.
Synonym(s): endopericardiac
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TTE [Figure 1]a showed a cystic intrapericardial free-echo formation of 8.
The normal structures in the visceral compartment are the heart, aorta, intrapericardial pulmonary arteries, pulmonary veins, trachea, esophagus and mediastinal and hilar lymph nodes.
The following data were collected: patient age, sex, the American Society of Anesthesiologists Physical Status (ASA status), comorbidity (coronary disease, arterial hypertension, other cardiac diseases and arrhythmias, preoperative chemotherapy, preoperative irradiation, hypo-/hyperthyroidism, diabetes mellitus, renal insufficiency, alcoholic cirrhosis, concomitant malignancy), relevant preoperative drug therapy, lung resection type (extent, intrapericardial, extrapleural), use/no use of thoracic epidural analgesia (TEA), use/no use of POAF prophylaxis (and if, what kind), presence/absence of postoperative fibrillation and equivalent arrhythmia, and the highest ventricular response recorded during POAF.
A multidisciplinary team --including experts from cardiology, surgery, imaging and obstetrics--performed the three-hour surgery just a few weeks after the intrapericardial teratoma was first discovered.
Traumatic intrapericardial diaphragmatic hernia: case report and literature review.
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With ongoing contributions of nonmyocardial tissues from the second heart field and from neural crest cells these outflow tract components transform to form intrapericardial trunks, arterial roots, and subvalvular ventricular outflow tracts, respectively, in the postnatal heart.
Left Ventricular Assist System (ventricular assist device) totally implantable intrapericardial 1-30
Long-term results of intrapericardial chemotherapeutic treatment of malignant pericardial effusions with thiotepa.
Classic LVFWR usually produces symptoms within the first 24 hours after an AMI and almost always by the end of the first week (Zaffoli et al 2012); its clinical manifestations depend on both the amount and the rate of intrapericardial bleeding.
Use of intrapericardial, continuous-flow, centrifugal pump in patients awaiting heart transplantation.