intracavitary


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in·tra·cav·i·tar·y

(in'tră-cav'i-tār-ē),
Within an organ or body cavity.

intracavitary

[in′trəkav′itər′ē]
Etymology: L, intra + cavum, cave
pertaining to the space within a body cavity.

intracavitary

adjective Within a space, often understood to mean the centre of a lesion that is necrotic due to infection (i.e., an abscess) or cancer (tumour necrosis).

intracavitary

adjective Within a space, often understood to mean the center of a necrotic lesion

in·tra·cav·i·ta·ry

(in'tră-kav'i-tar-ē)
Within an organ or body cavity.

in·tra·cav·i·ta·ry

(in'tră-kav'i-tar-ē)
Within an organ or body cavity.
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18]F-FDG uptake may be one of the most important features in making a differential diagnosis between intracavitary IgG4-RLD and lung cancer.
11) The benefit of hysteroscopy is in complementing the blind nature of D&C by guiding sampling of intracavitary lesions, should they exist.
Keywords: Intracavitary Brachytherapy, Applicator Geometry, Dose, Gynaecological Cancer.
Several studies in recent literature have indicated that saline infusion sonography can differentiate intracavitary masses from more diffuse endometrial thickening.
Power Doppler properties of endometrial polyps and submucosal fibroids: a preliminary observational study in women with known intracavitary lesions.
Heat can then be applied with interstitial and intracavitary probes or external antennas.
Caption: FIGURE 1: Impact of the chest wall marked increases left ventricular intracavitary pressure which in turn amplifies left ventricular wall strain and myocyte membrane stretch.
Here we present a case report of intracavitary treatment of a craniopharyngioma with radioactive isotopes which was performed with the specific aim of reducing the morbidity associated with aggressive surgical treatment.
Lillehei, "Treatment of recurrent glioma with intracavitary alloreactive cytotoxic T lymphocytes and interleukin-2," Cancer Immunology Immunotherapy, vol.
The transthoracic echocardiography pointed to the global cardiac dilatation, the left ventricular systolic function severely diminished by the diffuse hypokinesia (EDLVV 122 ml, ESLVV 91 ml, LFEF[ 25%), the absence of a significant valve disease, pericardial fluid and intracavitary formations.
Patients with non-muscle invasive tumours received intracavitary BCG or chemotherapy according to tumour stage and grade.
Contrast administered through the alimentary tract and intracavitary spaces can also cause adverse reactions, as some contrast is absorbed.

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