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Synonyms for extravasation

an extravasated liquid (blood or lymph or urine)

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(of volcanos) pouring out fumes or lava (or a deposit so formed)

the process of exuding or passing out of a vessel into surrounding tissues

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Warm compression is thought to increase blood flow to the area of extravasation and promote absorption of contrast.
To verify that our experimental model of PUE was well-controlled and our readings were not influenced by spontaneous urinary extravasation induced by the acute surgical obstruction of the ureter, we conducted the following experiment: Four rats underwent meticulous dissection of the left kidney isolating it with its intact renal vasculature from all adherent peri-renal tissue.
Oral mucoceles; extravasation cysts and retention cysts.
The laceration of the liver in this case was in proximity to the gallbladder fossa and contrast extravasation here raised concern for a gallbladder injury.
The acute traumatic nature and active extravasation were the major limitations.
During shoulder arthroscopy procedures, extravasation can occur around the shoulder and is generally reabsorbed asymptomatically within 12 hours (6).
In the CTA, we were able to detect a rupture of the right external carotid artery, slightly above the carotid bifurcation, and of the right internal carotid artery, both with obvious contrast agent extravasation (Figure 3, A).
However, according to Lisa Schulmeister, RN, MN, APRN-BC, OCN[R], FAAN, "Researchers in Australia found that the extravasation rate of vincristine minibag infusions was infrequent and similar to the extravasation rate when syringes were used.
The concept that hypoalbuminaemia directly causes oedema due to fluid extravasation is challenged in a study by Steyl and Van Zyl-Smit.
COPENHAGEN, February 5 /PRNewswire/ -- New guidelines published by the European Oncology Nursing Society (EONS) offer a practical guide to extravasation management and recommend Savene(R) (dexrazoxane) as the only approved therapy in the treatment of this condition.
Aimed at junior doctors new to plastic surgery, this guide proffers advice primarily on the immediate management of emergency hand trauma and covers local anesthetic blocks, nail-bed injuries, mallet finger, nerve injuries, tendon injuries, hand fractures, crush injuries, replants and revascularizations, penetrating foreign bodies, extravasation injuries, high-pressure injection injuries, and deliberate self-harm.
MEDRAD recently introduced the XDS Extravasation Detector, an accessory that works with the Stellant CT Injection System.
Abstract: Central line complications are common, and extravasation injuries related to infusion of caustic substances have been previously described.