extratracheal

ex·tra·tra·che·al

(eks'tră-trā'kē-ăl),
Outside the trachea.

ex·tra·tra·che·al

(eks'tră-trā'kē-ăl)
Outside the trachea.
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CT allows for the determination of tumor size, location, presence/absence of calcification, degree of luminal obstruction, and the presence/absence of extratracheal extension [16,17].
Of note, this particular long bone surgical concept difficultly reconciles with the data collected from the tracheal patients examined in this review because, in this study, the mean tumor size was 3.0 cm (range, 2.0-6.5 cm) and extratracheal extension was present in 78.6% of these patients.
Montgomery suggested passing a Fogarty embolectomy catheter through the extratracheal lumen up to the upp er stem of the T-tube and occluding the open upper end by inflating the balloon of the catheter.