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intracardiac

 [in″trah-kahr´de-ak]
within the heart.
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in·tra·car·di·ac

(in'tră-kar'dē-ak),
Within one of the chambers of the heart.
Synonym(s): endocardiac (1) , endocardial, intracordal
[intra- + G. kardia, heart]
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intracardiac

(ĭn′trə-kär′dē-ăk′)
adj.
Within the heart.
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in·tra·car·di·ac

(IC) (in'tră-kahr'dē-ak)
Within one of the chambers of the heart.
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intracardiac

Within one of the chambers of the heart.
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Hans, "Intracordal injection of autologous fat in patients with unilateral laryngeal nerve paralysis: long-term results from the patient's perspective," The Laryngoscope, vol.
Deger, "Laryngeal myxoma mimicking intracordal cyst," Turkish Archives of Otolaryngology, vol.
Histologic evaluation of intracordal autologous cartilage injection in the paralyzed canine vocal fold at two and three years.
Both vocal folds featured a large mucosal wave that was consistent with the observed background edema, although the mucosal wave of the right vocal fold was less than that of the left vocal fold at the site of the intracordal lesion.
Videostroboscopy revealed an increase in her bilateral vocal fold edema and erythema along with evidence of a recent hemorrhage into the intracordal cystic mass that was suggested by a prominent bright-red discoloration.
Pathologic evaluation of this specimen identified it as a 3-mm, reactive, intracordal fibrovascular lesion with a well-organized fibrous outer shell (figure 2, A).
Few reports have described the intracordal development of a reactive vascular lesion.
The lesion featured a significant elevation of the superior surface of the vocal fold, as well as an intracordal component (figure 1).
The cyst had a significant intracordal component that was found intraoperatively to extend to the vocal ligament (figure 2).
There are now four main approaches to vocal fold medialization: intracordal injection techniques, external medialization thyroplasty, arytenoid adduction, and laryngeal reinnervation.
Recovery of unilateral recurrent laryngeal nerve paralysis after intracordal autologous fat injection.