intracavitary


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in·tra·cav·i·tar·y

(in'tră-cav'i-tār-ē),
Within an organ or 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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In the presence of intracavitary pathology, hysteroscopy can offer therapeutic interventions as part of a "see and treat" venue.
When comparing SIS with transvaginal ultrasound, SIS provides a more accurate assessment of the endometrium and makes it possible to measure the endometrium separately from the intracavitary lesion.
Yet, diagnostic hysteroscopy (DH) has proven to be superior to either modality for the accurate evaluation of intracavitary pathology.
All patients diagnosed with a malignancy on intracavitary biopsy died within 22 months of complications related to their cancers, despite being given a variety of therapies.
Sonosalpingography is done with sterile saline injection under transvaginal ultrasound guidance to evaluate intracavitary lesions and tubal morphology and patency.
"Our study suggests that [saline-infusion sonohysterography] is highly sensitive in diagnosing intracavitary uterine pathologies" and can be beneficial in guiding physicians in the selection of less-invasive procedures, Dr.
A contrast enhanced CT will always be of much help in finding intracavitary pulmonary artery pseudoaneurysms.
For example, Breitkopf and colleagues found that transvaginal US missed intracavitary lesions in one of six premenopausal women who had abnormal bleeding and an endometrial stripe thinner than 5 mm, for a sensitivity of 74%.
Four years of clinical studies demonstrate that Onyx-015 is safe at high doses, whether administered by intratumoral injection, intravenously by intracavitary injection for ovarian cancer, or into the hepatic artery The most common side effects are mild to moderate fever and chills.
This was followed by ICRT (intracavitary radiotherapy).

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