extravasate


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Synonyms for extravasate

to send forth (confined matter) violently

Synonyms for extravasate

force out or cause to escape from a proper vessel or channel

become active and spew forth lava and rocks

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geology: cause molten material, such as lava, to pour forth

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3] If Buck's fascia is disrupted, blood will extravasate into the subcutaneous plane of the scrotum, perineum or pubic areas, resulting in significant swelling.
Iodinated contrast medium and lipid emulsion may extravasate through damaged vasculature and cause the inappropriate activation of pancreatic proenzymes by an undetermined mechanism.
If a vein is missed on injection, the drug can extravasate, or leak, to surrounding tissue, causing ulceration that sometimes requires even plastic surgery to correct.
Sphingosomal drugs like Marqibo(R) readily extravasate through the pores of leaky tumor vessels created during angiogenesis and readily accumulate within the tumor.
If a vein is missed on injection, the drug can extravasate to surrounding tissue, causing ulceration that sometimes requires even plastic surgery to correct.
Sphingosomal drugs like Marqibo(TM) readily extravasate through the pores of leaky tumor vessels created during angiogenesis and readily accumulate within the tumor.
An external magnet was positioned over the tumor to guide the MTC-DOX into the proper location and to extravasate the material into the tumor parenchyma.