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, intrapericardial (in'tră-per'i-kar'dē-ak, -kar'dē-ăl),
Within the pericardial cavity.
Synonym(s): endopericardiac
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However, it has been reported that the new PTX-3 biomarker was significantly increased in inflammation due to lung cancer, and in inflammatory diseases.16-19 In our study, posterolateral thoracotomy was performed in 11 patients due to lung cancer, intrapericardial pneumonectomy in two patients, sleeve lobectomy in one patient, bilobectomy in one patient, and lobectomy in seven patients; lymph node dissection was performed in all patients.
Right coronary artery fistula with giant pseudoaneurysm presenting as intrapericardial mass.
Leakage of blood was not detected and therefore the amount of intrapericardial fluid could be standardized.
Invasion of more central structures constitutes T4: aorta and arch vessels, intrapericardial pulmonary artery, myocardium, trachea, and esophagus.
Intrapericardial drug delivery: pharmacologic properties and long-term safety in swine.
Surgery was performed in 7 including excision of intrapericardial xanthogranuloma, pericardial tissue biopsy in a child with restrictive cardiomyopathy, and 5 patients with purulent pericarditis who underwent drainage procedures including pericardiotomy and mediastinal exploration for mediastinal fluid drainage and removal of adhesions in 2 patients (Table 2).
Steger, "Intrapericardial giant lipoma displacing the heart," ISRN Cardiology, vol.
Patient demographics Signs of Chemotherapeutic tamponade regimen 32-year-old male [3] Present None 28-year-old male [4] Present Intrapericardial mitoxantrone 73-year-old female [5] None None Patient demographics Outcome 32-year-old male [3] Patient died within 24 hours of admission 28-year-old male [4] Complete remission 73-year-old female [5] Patient died prior to pericardiocentesis
Yamana, "Characterization of IL-2-activated TILs and their use in intrapericardial immunotherapy in malignant pericardial effusion," Cancer Immunology, Immunotherapy, vol.
The normal structures in the visceral compartment are the heart, aorta, intrapericardial pulmonary arteries, pulmonary veins, trachea, esophagus and mediastinal and hilar lymph nodes.