outpouching

outpouching

/out·pouch·ing/ (-pouch-ing) evagination.
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The blood then pools in the LAA, which is a small outpouching within the left atrium containing irregular interior surfaces called trabeculations.
Hysteroscopic repair has typically involved the use of electrical energy to desiccate or cauterize abnormal tissue and eliminate the outpouching in which blood and fluid accumulate.
A magnetic resonance image (MRI) showed a markedly dilated right upper pole associated with a large ureterocele, outpouching from the urethra (Fig.
It affects the lungs, heart, intestines, arteries and can caused hernias and outpouching of the bladder, where some of the lining of the bladder is forced out.
They appear as a mushroom-like outpouching of the aortic lumen with overhanging edges.
During the necropsy examination, a well-demarcated outpouching was noted in the wall of the right cardiac ventricle.
A normal small outpouching of the lateral pharyngeal wall immediately above the laminae of the thyroid cartilage is one of the differential diagnoses of LPD.
The embryonic period is characterized by initial outpouching of primary bronchi from the primitive gut, which elongate into the mesenchyme and divide into two main bronchi.
A diverticulum of the colon is a sac-like outpouching of the mucosa and submucosa through the muscular layer and is thus in reality a pseudodiverticulum because all the layers of the colon are not represented.
Specialized studies, including electron microscopy, nephron dissection, immunohistochemistry, and lectin histochemistry, suggest that cysts begin as outpouching or sacculation of intact tubular segments from all levels of the nephron and then develop into cysts through continuous proliferation of tubular cells.
Transthoracic echocardiographic examination revealed a mild mitral regurgitation and an outpouching located at posterior wall on parasternal long axis view (Video 1.
This is a little outpouching of fluid from the knee and it can cause a burning sensation or pain when you bend the joint.