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ex·trav·a·sate

(eks-trav'ă-sāt),
1. To exude from or pass out of a vessel into the tissues, said of blood, lymph, or urine.
2. The substance thus exuded. Synonym(s): extravasation (2) , suffusion (4)
[L. extra, out of, + vas, vessel]

extravasate

(ĭk-străv′ə-sāt′)
v. extrava·sated, extrava·sating, extrava·sates
v.tr.
1. Medicine To force the flow of (blood or lymph) from a vessel out into surrounding tissue.
2. Geology To cause (molten lava) to pour forth from a volcanic vent.
v.intr.
1. Medicine To exude from a vessel into surrounding tissue.
2. Geology To erupt.

ex·trav′a·sa′tion n.

ex·trav·a·sate

(eks-trav'ă-sāt)
1. To exude from or pass out of a vessel into the tissues, said of blood, lymph, or urine.
2. The substance thus exuded.
Synonym(s): suffusion (4) .
[L. extra, out of, + vas, vessel]

ex·trav·a·sate

(eks-trav'ă-sāt)
1. To exude from or pass out of a vessel into tissues.
2. The substance thus exuded.
[L. extra, out of, + vas, vessel]
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D, Kidney tissue of the control group, where a little extravasated blood in glomerulus and foci of necrosis are seen.
Suction drainage, placed at the time of surgery, is invaluable in the evacuation of extravasated chyle and monitoring of drain output to assess both severity of the CL and treatment effectiveness.
(a) Representative photographs of spinal cord segments T5-6 to L1-2 showing the lesion caused by SCI 24 h after contusion and the extravasated Evans blue (n = 5 per group).
In that situation, patient was managed with a laparotomy and had three liters of fluid extravasated in the abdomen in contrast to the more significant extravasation of eight to nine liters.
Wright et al summarized an imaging-based methodology specific for extravasated intravenous radium-223 that would assist in detecting and quantifying the amount of radium in surrounding tissue (9).
The punch biopsy should demonstrate follicular hyperkeratosis overlying multiple fragmented hair shafts that are surrounded by a perifollicular lymphohistiocytic infiltrate with extravasated red blood cells.
baseball bat) generate parallel contusions with a central pallor as extravasated blood from ruptured capillaries is displaced laterally.
Tissue injury from extravasated contrast has a hyperosmolar effect drawing fluid from surrounding cells which then results in cell death by dehydration.
The mucocele was then compressed, and the accumulated saliva extravasated around the suture (Figure 3).
This is followed by the recovery phase, marked by reabsorption of extravasated fluid over the course of 48-72 hours, increased diuresis, and stabilization of hemodynamic status.
A punch biopsy of a purpuric lesion on his right shin, performed one week into antibiotic therapy as his purpura was resolving (Figure 1(a)), revealed mild perivascular inflammation with focally extravasated erythrocytes and hemosiderin deposits consistent with a mild or resolving purpuric process (Figure 1(b)).