abdominal aorta

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Related to abdominal aorta: common iliac artery, celiac trunk
  • noun

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a branch of the descending aorta

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Following application of HLE, a slight increase in the diameter of the abdominal aorta was observed (Fig.
Atherosclerotic lesions extended into the abdominal aorta and femoral arteries, which resulted in clinical signs consistent with intermittent claudication.
An opening in the abdominal cavity was performed for identification, isolation and cannulation of the abdominal aorta, warm-water perfusion (40[degrees]C) and stained latex injection (Neoprene 450, Dupont do Brasil and Sulvinil Stain, Glassuret S.
An aberrant right pulmonary artery arising from the abdominal aorta at the origin of the superior mesenteric artery (SMA) supplying the right lower lung zone was also demonstrated.
Carotid artery narrowing and aneurysms of the abdominal aorta may be identified through ultrasound scans.
ACT scan revealed an aneurysm of the distal portion of the abdominal aorta and it was noted "mycotic aneurysm, although possible, is very much less likely" as the cause of the aneurysm.
This patient's vomiting and diarrhea were probably due to affection of the abdominal aorta and mesenteric arteries, or due to vagal mechanisms.
The guidelines cover the diagnosis and management of atherosclerotic, thromboembolic, and aneurysmal PAD, but are limited to the abdominal aorta and its branches, the kidneys, the intestines, the legs, and the feet.
The aneurysm screenings display the abdominal aorta and measures its size along the course of the artery.
Following the midline incision, silver clips were placed on the lower abdominal aorta and both left and right ovarian arteries to reduce uterine perfusion by ~40%.
Coarctation of the aorta refers to an area of narrowing or reduction in the aortic lumen that may be present anywhere in the thoracic or abdominal aorta.
In addition, atherosclerosis involving the coronary arteries, carotid arteries, and the abdominal aorta is common.
In another test, the Illinois team counted the number of dead cells in smooth muscle from the abdominal aorta of chickens that had been fed diets high in either cholesterol or one of its oxidation products, 7-ketocholesterol.
Despite a family history of abdominal aortic aneurysms, Quinton was not undergoing regular monitoring of his abdominal aorta.