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hi·lar

(hī'lăr),
Pertaining to a hilum.

hilar

[hī′lär]
Etymology: L, hilum, a trifle
pertaining to a hilum.

hi·lar

(hī'lăr)
Pertaining to a hilum.

hilum

(hi'lum) ('la) plural.hila [L. hilum, a little thing, trifle]
1. A depression or recess at the exit or entrance of a duct into a gland or of nerves and vessels into an organ.
2. The root of the lungs at the level of the fourth and fifth dorsal vertebrae. The hilum, on the medial side of each lung, is where the main bronchus, pulmonary arteries, bronchial arteries, and nerves enter the lung and where the pulmonary veins, bronchial veins, and lymphatic vessels leave the lung. Synonym: hilushilar (hi'lar), adjective

glomerular hilum

The vascular pole of the glomerulus of the kidney.
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Siempre las ninas aprenden solo mirando, siempre las tejedoras se acuerdan que aprendieron solas, mirando a su abuela o madre a tejer, o hilar.
Diagnosis and staging accuracy of EBUS-TBNA in lung cancer is well recognized for enlarged hilar or mediastinal nodes.
There was no difference between the 2 groups in tumor size, age at presentation, clinical follow up, rete testis invasion, or hilar soft tissue invasion (Table 2).
Caption: FIGURE 1: Frontal view of the chest shows left hilar calcification with a mass-like consolidation and scattered calcification of the upper lobe.
Moreover, surgeons experienced in hepatobiliary surgery in specialized hepatobiliary units should repair complex hilar injuries (E4/E5).
An unusual origin and course of the testicular artery are worth reporting as it helps clinicians, vascular surgeons, and urologists and greatly contributes to the success of surgical invasive and radiological procedures in the renal hilar region and retroperitoneal region.
Pulmonary sclerosing hemangioma is uncommon and rare in the pulmonary hilar region.
Honors include Medallion of Merit, John "Dusty" Rhodes LIFE Award, Distinguished Achievement, Exceptional Merit, Hilar, and RMA of the Year.
3-6) During the procedure, the renal hilar vessels are traditionally clamped to facilitate decreased blood loss and improve cancer control.
X-rays showed bilateral hilar lymphadenopathy, which was consistent with pulmonary sarcoidosis, and the lace-like appearance of the middle and distal phalanges was consistent with skeletal sarcoidosis.
CardiAaAaAeA~o said the charge sheets were received by Prosecutor Hilar B.