intrathoracic


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intrathoracic

 [in″trah-tho-ras´ik]
within the thorax.

in·tra·tho·rac·ic

(in'tră-thō-ras'ik),
Within the cavity of the chest.

intrathoracic

/in·tra·tho·rac·ic/ (-thah-ras´ik) endothoracic.

intrathoracic

Within the chest (thoracic) cavity.

intrathoracic

within the thorax.

intrathoracic pressure
see intrapleural pressure.
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True intrathoracic desmoid tumours are defined as desmoid tumours originating within the pleura or mediastinum, with the majority of the tumour located within the thoracic skeleton and associated with minor chest wall involvement.
These aneurysms are classified into two groups according to their etiologies, presentations, and therapeutic strategies: a) intrathoracic and b) extrathoracic.
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As the patient had chronic cough, a day later, the increased intrathoracic pressure caused his lung to herniate during a coughing spell.
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