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interlobar

 [in″ter-lo´bar]
between lobes.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

in·ter·lo·bar

(in'tĕr-lō'bar),
Between the lobes of an organ or other structure.
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interlobar

Situated between lobes.
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On Doppler ultrasound and nuclear isotopic methods, renal perfusion is measured only in segmental and interlobar renal arteries, whereas contrast enhanced sonography and functional MRI techniques provide measurement of cortical and medullary perfusion, after the blood has passed the glomerular unit.
Lymph node stations accessible by endobronchial ultrasound-guided transbronchial needle aspirate, which include paratracheal lymph node stations (levels 2R, 2L, 4R, and 4L), the subcarinal lymph node (level 7), and the hilar, interlobar, and lobar lymph nodes (levels 10, 11, and 12).
Stations Right Left Total 2298 Superior mediastinal 1003 Highest mediastinal (station 1) 1 1 Upper paratracheal (2R/2L) 56 8 Lower paratracheal (4R/4L) 740 197 Inferior mediastinal Subcarinal (7) 789 N1 nodes 506 Hilar (10R/10L) 37 20 Interlobar (11R/11L) 191 174 Lobar (12R/12L) 53 30 Segmental (13R/13L) 0 1 * Tissue sampling of pulmonary lesions in 322 cases.
The segmental, interlobar, and arcuate arteries in the upper, lower, and middle poles showed decreased systolic flow with an average of 34.1 cm/second.
Fiberoptic bronchoscopy did not report any anatomical abnormalities or evident lesions in the pharynx, hypopharynx, larynx, main bronchus, interlobar bronchus, lobular bronchus, or segmental bronchus.
Examination of the lungs revealed hypoxic findings such as subpleural petechiae on the interlobar surfaces in 47 (42.0%) cases.
El termino "tumor evanescente" fue originalmente usado para referirse a una sombra con aspecto de tumor, observada en las radiografias de torax, causada por la retencion de fluido interlobar de una efusion pleural que desaparece despues del tratamiento de una falla cardiaca congestiva [2].
An analysis of those studies showed that 35.0% were in the main pulmonary artery, and 31.7% were in the lobar and interlobar arteries.
RCC is frequently noted to invade the local vascular network by direct extension into the interlobular, arcuate and interlobar veins.
The study was able to compare TGF-[beta] and IL-17 values with RN parameters, Rnfss, a stable sign of nephrosclerosis (presumably sclerosis of interlobar renal arteries), and D, an excretion rate of [sup.99m]Tc- technephore from the parenchyma (at the "cortex-medulla" level), respectively (Table 3).
Condition Score Description 0 Absent 1 Diffuse expansion of interlobar septa Edema 2 1+ diffuse expansion of interlobular septa 3 2+ diffuse expansion of interacinar septa 4 3+ diffuse expansion of intercellular septa 0 Absent 1 Around ductal margins Inflammation 2 In parenchyma ([less than or equal to] 50% of lobules) 3 In parenchyma (51-75% oflobules) 4 In parenchyma (>75% oflobules) 0 Absent 1 Blood in parenchyma ([less than or equal to] 25%) Hemorrhage 2 Blood in parenchyma (26-50%) 3 Blood in parenchyma (51-75%) 4 Blood in parenchyma (>75%) 0 Absent 1 Periductal parenchymal destruction Necrosis 2 Focal parenchymal necrosis ([less than or equal to] 20%) 3 Diffuse loss oflobules (21-50%) 4 Severe loss oflobules (>50%)