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pro·fun·da

(prō-fŭn'dă),
The deep one; a term applied to structures (muscles, nerves, veins, and arteries, etc.) that lie deep in the tissues, especially when contrasted with a similar, more superficial (sublimis) structure.
[L. fem. of profundus, deep]
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profunda

(prō-fŭn′dă) [L.]
Deep seated; term applied to certain deeply located blood vessels.
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profunda

organs, particularly blood vessels, situated deep in the body.
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On ultrasound, no DVT was seen, however a large pseudoaneurysm measuring 9.5 cm in diameter was seen arising from the profunda femoris artery.
Digital angiography was performed and a site of extravasation was noted within a small peripheral branch of the profunda (Figures 3 and 4).
La arteria lingual izquierda continuo su recorrido y rostral al hueso hioides, entre los musculos hiogloso y geniogloso, termino en dos ramas, una derecha y otra izquierda, describiendo cada una de estas, un trayecto intralingual del lado respectivo y a nivel de la parte molar del hueso mandibular, ambas ramas dan origen a las arterias profunda de la lengua y sublingual (FIGS.
A 0.035 supracore, 0.014 Asahi prowater wire was used successfully to cannulate the right superficial femoral artery and right profunda femoris artery respectively.
In previously reported cases of iatrogenic false aneurysms of the profunda artery, surgical repair (ligation and excision, and suture of the arterial defect) was advocated.
Colitis cystica profunda associated with rectal prolapse: report of a case.
Nos restantes 3,3% dos casos nao houve a formacao de tronco, sendo a arteria cervical profunda emitida isolada como segundo ramo da arteria subclavia direita e a arteria cervical superficial foi originada da arteria axilar (Figura 2 E).
To begin with it was lying posterior to the Brachial artery, Then it left the Brachial artery by entering the radial groove on the back of the arm(humerus)along with the Profunda brachii vessel arising from the Brachial artery.