iliac


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iliac

 [il´e-ak]
pertaining to the ilium.

il·i·ac

(il'ē-ak),
Relating to the ilium.

iliac

also

ileac

(ĭl′ē-ăk′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or situated near the ilium.

il·i·ac

(il'ē-ak)
Relating to the ilium.
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However, the gold standard for diagnosis is a contrast venogram which would show narrowing of iliac vein at the pelvic brim.
Open Surgery for Giant Bilateral Internal Iliac Artery Aneurysms with Compression of Neighboring Abdominal Structures: A Case Report.
External iliac artery: This goes along the medial border of the psoas muscle to the level of femoral ring, which is below the inguinal ligament.
However, en bloc resection of the external iliac vessels requires revascularization and if the range of resection is wide, artificial vessels become necessary.
Digital subtraction angiography demonstrates a 3-mm occlusion balloon catheter (white arrowhead) advanced and inflated just distal to the obturator artery (white arrow) with contrast injection through the guiding catheter (black arrow) to ensure complete arterial occlusion of the untargeted distal internal iliac and indirect selection of the targeted obturator artery.
Some authors have suggested that the iliac crest as donor site produce an unacceptably high degree of postoperative morbidity such as pain, functional disorders, hemorrhage, visible scar, contour deformity and sensory loss.2 The ilium is still the first choice donor site and should not be rejected solely because of concerns regarding postoperative morbidity.
Retroperitoneal hematoma and bleeding from the internal iliac artery were found in the left corner of Douglas cavity.
Fistulography of the left iliac fossa emphasized opacification of the sigmoid loop with inflammatory changes and incomplete lumen stenosis over a distance of approximately 10 cm.
A contrast computed tomography (CT) scan revealed a 72 x 49 mm mass closely adjoining the left external iliac vein.
Rappaport, "Ameloblastoma recurring in previously placed iliac crest autograft: report of case," Journal of Oral Surgery, vol.
When using the "crossed limbs" strategy in EVAR, the iliac grafts usually get crossed, which generates the helical flow [2, 5].
Before the transplantation, the recipient's computed tomography (CT) scan revealed moderate to severe atherosclerosis of the bilateral iliac arteries.