perivisceral


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per·i·splanch·nic

(per'i-splangk'nik),
Surrounding any viscus or viscera.
Synonym(s): perivisceral
[peri- + G. splanchna, viscera]

perivisceral

(pĕr′ə-vĭs′ər-əl)
adj.
Surrounding the viscera: a perivisceral sinus.

perivisceral

(pĕr″ĭ-vĭs′ĕr-ăl) [″ + L. viscera, internal organs]
Around the viscera or a seminal vesicle.
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C: last abdominopelvic CT with contrast medium, demonstrating no masses involving the bladder wall or spreading into the perivisceral tissue, and a regular profile of the bladder with the exception of the known actually free-of-disease diverticulum (arrow).
The subtype H5N1 virus, in contrast, conquered the whole lung over 24-48 hours; infected some bronchioles only later; and spread to the liver, pancreas, kidneys, spleen, brain, and perivisceral fat.
Existe buena evidencia que asocia la obesidad central o superior al riesgo cardiovascular y metabolico, por su alta relacion con grasa perivisceral.
The prognostic value, in active ulcerative colitis, of an increased intensity of colonic perivisceral fat signal on magnetic resonance imaging with ferumoxil.
Cambios macroscopicos: A la necropsia el cadaver presento escasa grasa corporal perivisceral y subcutanea.
Progesterone and estrone levels in the ovaries, pyloric caeca, and perivisceral fluid during the annual reproductive cycle of starfish, Asterias rubens.
Consequently, prognostic indicators have to be accurately documented in the pathologic report, particularly when the tumor has spread into perivisceral fat.
The perivisceral coelomic fluid (PCF) of 34 individuals measuring between 5 and 30 cm was filtered to look for the masses or their likely precursors.
Features of malignancy evident at macroscopic examination include involvement of perivisceral fat, mainly as satellite nodules, and invasion of duodenal wall or adjacent organs, common bile duct, spleen, or large vessels (Figure 3).
Although it has been proposed that the process of regeneration involves mesodermally derived cells from the lining epithelium of the water vascular system or perivisceral coelomic epithelium (mesothelium), or even from neoblast-like reserve cells, the exact source of the progenitor cells has not been identified so far because no specific techniques to follow and reconstruct the developmental pathways of cells have been employed, and even electron microscopy has rarely been used in studies of visceral regeneration in holothurians (Garcia-Arraras and Greenberg, 2001).
membranacea migrate into the perivisceral coelom from the peritoneum of the body wall, or funiculus (a network of strand-like elements of the circulatory system), and form syncytial masses of spermatocytes around cytoplasmic masses or cytophores (see Reed, 1991; Franzen, 1998).
These values are greater than the reported hematocrits of the perivisceral fluids of the holothurians Cucumaria pseudocurata (0.