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constrictive

restricting movement or dilatation of an organ.
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The patient was diagnosed as having tuberculous constrictive pericarditis and was started on empirical antituberculosis therapy for 1 month.
Also, the application of Constrictive Dissemble algorithm employs a prevention factor for the image from getting tampered.
Maybe it was because I saw the two productions, festival-like, in quick succession, but I couldn't shake the feeling that, despite Michael Cavanagh's detailed and fluid stage direction and the use of projections, the Verdi had been shoehorned into the Heggie, and the design was too constrictive for the wide and wild emotions Verdi summons, after the initial violent storm, in the Mediterranean sun.
Several high-profile players have voiced out their annoyance over the constrictive apparel in the past, perhaps none bigger than LeBron James who famously ripped out his sleeves in-game, after claiming it hindered his shooting form.
It is the most important tool to differentiate constrictive pericarditis from restrictive cardiomyopathy.
He lauded the key and constrictive role of Kuwait and His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah in achieving "positive" results during the talks.
Idiopathic calcific chronic constrictive pericarditis (concretio cordis)
Long borders of the two countries could be a constrictive element in strengthening mutual relations more than ever, and to establish better cooperation, not only between two countries but among the countries of the region.
Despite the undeniable progress of diagnostic methods, constrictive pericarditis is still a challenge for clinicians, as it requires a high index of suspicion.
Pericardial diseases are relatively common in clinical practice, presenting in one of three ways: pericarditis (which may recur or become chronic), pericardial effusion with or without pericardial tamponade and constrictive pericarditis.
The clinical illness constrictive bronchiolitis is described in a
Patients with suppurative or tuberculous pericarditis are at higher risk for developing constrictive pericarditis.