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intra-arterial

(ĭn′trə-är-tîr′ē-əl)
adj.
Within arteries or an artery: an intra-arterial injection.

in′tra-ar·te′ri·al·ly adv.
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intra-arterial

adjective Within an artery.
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intra-arterial

Within an artery.
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Accordingly, the intra-arterial injection has been attempted in several kidney diseases using large animal models including ewe and rhesus monkeys [25,41].
Intra-arterial injection of Mesobuthus tamulus venom elicits cardiorespiratory reflexes involving perivascular afferents.
Inadvertent intra-arterial injection or direct arterial injury is unlikely given the location and subcutaneous nature of the injections.
Keywords: Pediatric, intra-arterial injection, brachial plexus block
This is a positive finding because the intra-tumoral injection is a shorter, simpler procedure, than the super selective intra-arterial injection. Moreover, it can be easily included in the medical practice.
Jeffrey Kirsch, professor and chair of the department of anesthesiology and perioperative medicine at Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, supported the contraindication because "it's too risky to administer the particulate medication in the cervical region, because of the risk of intravascular and intra-arterial injection."
The study shows that these cells are delivered to the brain with the intra-arterial injection as seen on the 2D GRE image and tissue section stained for anti-human mitochondria.
The instances of inadvertent intra-arterial injection of drugs into SUA with subsequent gangrene of upper extremity are reported in the literature.
To our knowledge the effects of intra-arterial injection of dexmedetomidine have not been reported previously.

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