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Synonyms for aneurysmatic

relating to or affected by an aneurysm

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Caption: FIGURE 1: Computed tomographic angiography revealed aneurysmatic expansion.
Recently, the aneurysmatic dilation of PCHA is related as a cause of digital ischemia in volleyball players (van de Pol et al., 2012) and an endovascular approach is possible (Vlychou et al., 2001), reaffirming the importance of this anatomy for the endovascular techniques.
Contrast-enhanced CT (CECT) of the thorax revealed an aneurysmatic enlargement of the left subclavian artery.
Current smoking was the only cardiovascular risk factor that was significantly associated with increased local expression of mPGES-1 in aneurysmatic aorta.
CT images confirmed the aneurysmatic dilatations in the ascending and abdominal aorta.
The expanded indications were earned on the basis of additional clinical evaluation and now includes specific patient subsets such as those with tapered, aneurysmatic, ectatic (dilated) or very large vessels or those with bypass grafts.
The latter were performed because of symptoms of claudicatio intermittens, abnormalities noted on physical examination that indicated peripheral arterial stenosis or occlusion or aneurysmatic enlargement of the aorta.
The largest part of the anterior wall of the left ventricle was replaced by scar tissue, consistent with old myocardial infarction, leading to attenuation of the wall and aneurysmatic dilatation.
Severe SVT in CCC was successfully treated with radio-frequency ablation of an aneurysmatic lesion located in the basal inferior wall (17).
Area puncture technique, which involves cannulating in a circumscribed area, leads to aneurysmatic dilatations and stenoses in adjacent areas.
In angiographic multislice computed tomography (CT), minimal aneurysmatic dilatation was detected in the celiac truncus in the midsegment of the splenic artery, in addition to saccular aneurysmal dilatation, 50% thrombosed and in the size of 45 x 40 x 39 mm adjacent to the pancreas.