intralobar

intralobar

 [in″trah-lo´bar]
within a lobe.

in·tra·lo·bar

(in'tră-lō'bar),
Within a lobe of any organ or other structure.

intralobar

(ĭn″tră-lō′băr) [″ + lobus, a lobe]
Within a lobe.
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Intralobar aneurysms arising from small segmental arteries or accessory arteries are classified as type 3.
Differential prognostic significance of extralobar and intralobar nodal metastases in patients with surgically resected stage II non-small cell lung cancer.
Chronic ingestion of a diet rich in lipids by Zucker diabetic fatty rats has been shown to result in intralobar fat accumulation and increased lipid droplets in the acinar cells of the pancreas; these changes lead to acinar cell injury and fibrosis (33).
There are two commonly described subtypes of BPS: extralobar and intralobar (Table 1).
We interpreted the observed residual air leak of 400-700 ml/min after placement of the two valves as "intralobar" collateral ventilation between the closed segments 1-3 (localisation of the fistula) and the ventilated segments 4/5 of the left upper lobe.
Impairment of NO-dependent relaxation in intralobar pulmonary arteries: Comparison of urban particulate matter and manufactured nanoparticles.
These CT scan findings were suggestive of diagnosis of an intralobar bronchopulmonary sequestration (IPS).
Two variants exist based on whether visceral pleura encompasses the isolated segment along with (intralobar sequestration) or distinctly from (extralobar sequestration) the main [30, 73]; 75% of sequestrations are intralobar with the majority of them occurring in the basilar segment of the left and right lower lobes [78].
Karev, "Fas, FasL, and bcl-2 expression on hepatic intralobar lymphocytes in different variants of the natural course of chronic HBV and HCV infection and in its outcomes," Arkhiv Patologii, vol.
On the left side, the left cranial lobe was divided into cranial and caudal segments through the cranial intralobar fissure, and caudal lobe as observed in the gross morphology analysis and SEM (Figures IB-ID).
Karppinen and Hohtola (2008) detected hyperforin and adhyperforin concentrations in the roots, stems, intralobar parts, leaf epidermis, and flower buds of tartary buckwheat, as well as HpPKS1 and HpPKS2 expression in polyketide synthases.