MMPs are responsible for stimulation of neoangiogenesis , for tissue breakdown and remodeling, followed by intravasation
into circulation, extravasation, and metastasis to distant sites .
KEY WORDS: Hysterosalpingography, Contrast agent, Intravasation
Direct visualization of macrophage-assisted tumor cell intravasation
in mammary tumors.
Used in conjunction with an anesthesiologist's assessment of the patient's mean arterial pressure (MAP), it allows the surgeon to maintain the working intrauterine pressure at approximately 10 mm Hg above MAP for adequate visualization during the procedure while minimizing fluid intravasation
Methods: ALCL, leukaemia and breast cancer cells, and normal peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs) were treated with isolated sesquiterpene lactones and analysed for cell cycle progression, proliferation, mitochondrial activity, apoptosis, protein and mRNA expression, NF-[kappa]B and cytochrome P450 activity, 12(S)-HETE production and lymphendothelial intravasation
can occur via venous or lymphatic routes.
Type II fibroids require longer operative time, are associated with increased fluid absorption and intravasation
, carry an increased risk of perioperative complications, and may not always be completely resected.
Several studies have shown that vasopressin reduces intravasation
of the fluid, makes the cervix easier to dilate, and decreases intraoperative bleeding.
Affinity maturation by combinatorial chemistry, identification of functional epitopes, and inhibitory effect on cancer cell intravasation
Mechanisms involved for volume overload are, absorption of fluid across the Endometrium, intravasation
into surgically opened venous channels, spill from the fallopian tubes with subsequent absorption by peritoneum wall.
Tumor metastasis consists of a series of steps: angiogenesis of endothelial cells (ECs) in solid tumor, dissociation and intravasation
of cells from a primary tumor into the circulation, arrest in small vessels in down-stream organs, adhesion and extravasation into surrounding tissues, proliferation (Bogenrieder and Herlyn 2003; Gupta and Massague 2006).
5% glycine or 3% sorbitol, and intravasation
of these fluids must be limited to minimize the risk of complications such as hyponatremia, cardiovascular compromise, cerebral edema, and, even, death.