isthmic


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isth·mic

, isthmian (is'mik, is'mē-ăn),
Denoting an anatomical isthmus.

isth·mic

, isthmian (is'mik, is'mē-ăn)
Denoting an anatomic isthmus.
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Sonosalpingography cannot diagnose the salpingitis isthmic nodosa.
The ureter, where it crosses under the uterine artery above the vaginal artery, near the isthmic part of the uterus, is a site of injury during uterine artery ligation while performing hysterectomy.
Zhu et al., "Minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion for isthmic spondylolisthesis: in situ versus reduction," World Neurosurgery, vol.
She had undergone laparoscopic multiple myomectomy 2 years earlier, when different types of myoma were excised: one intramural- (IM-) G4 myoma of the posterior wall of the uterus with a mean diameter (diam.) of 5 cm, one IM-G5 left isthmic myoma (diam.
Isthmic spondylosis (type II) describes a lesion in pars interarticularis.
The incidence of isthmic (spondylolytic) spondylolisthesis in the general adult population ranges between 3.7% and 8%; (9) however, the epidemiology of high-grade spondylolisthesis is unknown.
A hypoechoic lesion was detected in the isthmic region of her uterus and power Doppler imaging revealed blood flow within it.
In the second patient with an 0.8 cm isthmic noninvasive EFVPTC (Patient 34, Table 1), the tumor responsible for the microscopic lymph node metastases was a left lobe 1.5 cm classical papillary thyroid cancer (4 of 9 lymph nodes were positive for microscopic metastases in the adjacent left thyroid bed).
Spondylolisthesis refers to the displacement of a vertebral body on the one below it and has several etiologies, the most common being spondylolysis (isthmic spondylolisthesis) and spondylotic (associated with the degeneration of the posterior facet joints and/or intervertebral disc) degeneration (degenerative spondylolisthesis).
In the stomach, p-mTOR staining was weakly seen in the isthmic region of the antrum and corpus.