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Related to lacunar: Lacunar Infarct, lacunar ligament

la·cu·nar

(lă-kū'năr),
Relating to a lacuna.

lacunar

[lakyo̅o̅′nər]
Etymology: L, lacuna, pit
pertaining to or characterized by the presence of pits, depressions, hollows, or spaces.

la·cu·nar

(lă-kū'năr)
Relating to a lacuna.
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It was first described by Amin et al (1) in 1994 and is characterized by small, infiltrating clusters of neoplastic cells that appear to float within clear lacunar spaces and that lack a fibrovascular core (Figure 1).
While a large inguinal hernia could theoretically exert a mass effect on the femoral vein, the authors think this is unlikely, as the femoral ring is bounded by the relatively noncompliant inguinal and lacunar ligaments.
We classified cerebral ischemic events as cortical, lacunar, and vertebrobasilar, according to the National Institute of Neurologic Disorders and Stroke classification scheme.
6 yrs) with multiple lacunar infarctions who visited the Department of Japanese Oriental (Kampo) Medicine, Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University Hospital, were examined.
A second classic feature of CADASIL is subcortical lacunar infarctions (Figure 8).
4) Ischaemic or haemorrhagic strokes, lacunar infarcts and even multiple strokes in different arterial territories have been described with or without associated HIV infection.
Low-signal lesions seen centrally in high-signal lesions represented lacunar infarcts.
Impaired fasting glucose as a risk factor for atherothrombotic or lacunar cerebral infarction.
28,29) Other types of ischemia, such as small-vessel lacunar infarction or watershed infarction, may also have different time evolution of ADC from that of large-vessel territorial infarction.
These strokes are found in regions that aren't consistent with lacunar or lenticulostriate strokes," she observed.
Computed tomographic (CT) scan of the brain showed slight, diffuse cerebral atrophy, periventricular demyelination, and multiple lacunar lesions in the white matter, subcortically, cortically, and in the right thalamus.