outpouching

outpouching

/out·pouch·ing/ (-pouch-ing) evagination.
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However, according to Levine & Clemente (2005) its development differs, as it does not appear as an outpouching from the lateral nasal wall, but rather a constriction of the developing presphenoid recess, followed by secondary pneumatization postnatally.
Sinus of Valsalva (SOV) aneurysm is defined as either the dilatation of one or more of the aortic sinuses located between the aortic valve annulus and the sinotubular junction or a crescentic/tubular-shaped outpouching extending from the body or apex of a normally sized SOV (1-3).
sup][1] However, others believed that SSB was actually the superior subscapularis recess (SSR), which is an outpouching of the glenohumeral joint capsule.
The images demonstrate focal anterior outpouching of the membranous portion of the interventricular septum, into the right ventricle, just caudal to the right coronary cusp measuring 1.
Up to 90 percent of blood clots in AF form in an outpouching of the heart called the left atrial appendage (LAA).
sup][4] Although patients with this disease may be asymptomatic, dysregulated intrinsic immunity or incompletely digestive food debris clogged inside the outpouching of the bowel wall, thus triggering inflammatory reactions and leading to acute onset abdominal pain.
Atypical outpouching noted on the dorsal surface of the oesophagus at the level of sternoclavicular joint in superior mediastinum.
24] Saccular outpouching Endovascular stent (pseudoaneurysm) of graft, antibiotics the descending aorta Mediastinal abscess Sica et al.
Afib causes blood to pool in the left atrial appendage (an outpouching that is part of one of the upper chambers of the heart), where it may clot before being pumped out into the arteries that bring oxygenated blood to the body and brain.
A true aneurysm is an outpouching of the vessel wall, usually due to weakening of the wall.
Hysteroscopic repair has typically involved the use of electrical energy to desiccate or cauterize abnormal tissue and eliminate the outpouching in which blood and fluid accumulate.