parasternal


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parasternal

 [par″ah-ster´nal]
beside the sternum.

par·a·ster·nal

(par'ă-ster'năl),
Adjacent to the sternum.

parasternal

/para·ster·nal/ (-ster´n'l) situated beside the sternum.

parasternal

beside the sternum.
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Scinigraphy showed 2 patients to have parasternal sentinel nodes and 38 patients to have a sentinel node in the ipsilateral axilla.
LV linear dimensions are determined from the parasternal long-axis view, as described in the guidelines (10).
He had a left parasternal systolic murmur, produced by a ventricular septal defect, revealed by Doppler echocardiography (Fig.
Cardiovascular examination revealed mild cyanosis, 2+/4+ symmetrical clubbing of fingers and toes, jugular venous distention with large CV waves with an estimated mean right atrial pressure of 15 mm Hg, and a prominent left parasternal lift.
Severely increased interventricular septum is seen at TTE parasternal long axis view
She had a right parasternal lift and bilateral pulmonary wheezes.
The hernia usually occurs on the right side but may occur on the left or in the midline; it has also been described as retrosternal, parasternal, substernal, and subcostosternal (1).
Parasternal long axis and apical four chamber images were recorded according to the recommendations of the American Society for Echocardiography.
The investigators usually choose to measure epicardial fat on the free wall of the RV since it is accessible from both parasternal long and short axis views and includes the highest absolute epicardial fat layer thickness.