expansile


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Synonyms for expansile

Synonyms for expansile

(of gases) capable of expansion

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Cystic expansile masses of the maxilla: differential diagnosis with CT and MR.
Desmoplastic mesotheliomas may form expansile stromal nodules (Figure 7), a phenomenon that is not seen in OP.
Four patterns of airway obstruction can be recognised on CXR: (i) airway narrowing; (ii) ball-valve effect; (iii) expansile pneumonia; and (iv) lobar collapse.
A 16-year-old boy was referred to our department by his dentist for evaluation of an expansile mass of the left maxillary sinus.
Nasolabial cysts are benign, slow-growing developmental cysts occurring in the nasolabial folds below the alae nasi and are nonodontogenic, extraosseous and locally expansile.
Lower-extremity magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) (Figures 2 and3) demonstrated an expansile, "aggressive"-appearing lesion from the posteromedial right tibia with probable osteoid matrix.
101,104-107) Therefore, rigorous exclusion of lymphoma is required when lymphoid infiltrates are expansile or tumefactive and track along lymphangitic routes.
Based on these observations, an expansile bone cyst or osteochondromatosis were suspected.
The lesion was expansile, extending into the overlying ventral soft tissues, as well as posteriorly into the mediastinum.
Phrenic nerve palsy (PNP) is often associated with Mycobacterium tuberculosis-related expansile pneumonia, possibly because of nerve entrapment by healing fibrosis.
Combining our proprietary expansile hydrogel coil technology with the resources and global strength of Terumo creates an outstanding partnership to become the market share leader in the endovascular coiling market.
This patent covers products that utilize expansile hydrogel materials and are useful for broad application in many vascular applications.
AP views of the left hand, left shoulder and bilateral knees demonstrated numerous expansile, mixed lytic and sclerotic metasphyseal lesions of the tubular bones, as well as the scapula (Figures 1-3).
Computed tomography (CT) of the paranasal sinuses demonstrated a heterogeneously enhancing, expansile mass with extensive involvement of the paranasal sinuses (figure 2).
An 85-year-old woman who complained of back pain was found to have on imaging studies an enhancing, expansile mass in the spinal cord at T7-8 level.