periarterial

periarterial

 [per″e-ahr-tēr´e-al]
around an artery.

per·i·ar·te·ri·al

(per'ē-ar-tē'rē-ăl),
Surrounding an artery.

periarterial

[per′i·ärtir′ē·əl]
Etymology: Gk, peri, around, arteria, airpipe
pertaining to the area around an artery.

periarterial

around an artery.
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Definite criteria Positive culture, PCR, or immunochemistry of an arterial sample (prosthesis or aneurysm) or a periarterial abscess or a spondylodiscitis linked to aorta B.
Figure 2 1: MicroSyringe for periarterial injection 39
Klinik tablo; vertebral arter, periarterial pleksus ve suboksipital sinirin kanal icinde sikismasindan kaynaklanir.
Chronic hypoxia stimulates periarterial sympathetic nerve development in chicken embryo.
To our knowledge, this is the first report of macrophage-like activity in periarterial fat outside the setting of percutaneous coronary intervention.
In a retrospective review of 129 fingers in 38 patients with scleroderma and chronic digital ischemia, 86% reported improved symptoms with periarterial sympathectomy after a follow-up period of up to 41 months.
Another source of pain lies in the subchondral bone, where periarterial nerve fibers are often stimulated by increased force transmission, or possibly vascular congestion.
Microscopic findings in infected mice were interstitial pneumonia with various amounts of erythrocytes in alveolar lumens, hyperemia and lymphocyte infiltration of meningeal veins and cardiac muscles, low numbers of lymphocytes in periarterial lymphatic sheaths and macrophage recruitment in the spleen, lymphocyte infiltration in the liver, and slight congestion in the renal cortex and glomerulus (data not shown).
Postmortem examination showed periarterial collagen deposits, adventitial focal mononuclear accumulations, neutrophil infiltration in the media, fibrosis-related hyperplasia, lipid deposition and calcifications of the intima, and microabscesses within intraluminal thrombotic material.

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