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Synonyms for rupture

Synonyms for rupture

an opening, especially in a solid structure

to undergo partial breaking

Synonyms for rupture

a personal or social separation (as between opposing factions)

the act of making a sudden noisy break

separate or cause to separate abruptly

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The rupture highlights important scientific questions about the Himalayan formation and seismic hazards.
The rupture site was covered, and the left subclavian artery was preserved.
With a full rupture, however, a catheter may need to be placed from inside to outside via the bladder.
Despite the rupture level in the urinary system may vary, the most commonly described site is the renal fornix (9).
Comparison of postoperative complications between the two groups: The incidences of postoperative complications such as hydrocephalus, subarachnoid hemorrhage, aneurysm rupture, cerebral angiospasm and recurrence of the observation group were significantly lower than those of the control group, and the differences were statistically significant (P<0.05) (Table-III).
The scenario used for the study was a magnitude 7.9 earthquake on the Alpine Fault with 350km of surface rupture between Charles Sound in Fiordland and Hokitika.
Tumor marker DCP showed fluctuation but decreased at just before HCC rupture compared to one month before (7244 mAU/ml) and three months before (4949 mAU/ml) [Table 1].
Rupture of left sinus of valsalva aneurysm into the pulmonary artery.
"The key is to get the rupture under control so it doesn't hemorrhage again, which can happen immediately after the initial rupture," says Dr.
Complications of endovascular repair include the appearance of endoleaks, stent graft migration, infection, and occlusion of the main arteries, which may increase the aneurysm diameter potentially leading to late rupture (Table 1) [4].
Studies in Ethiopia identified obstructed labor as leading cause of uterine rupture [4,5,9].
However, some states or illnesses such as endometriosis, congenital diseases of connective tissue that result in less valuable artery walls, such as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome type IV, as well as congenital malformations of blood vessels such as aneurysm, including aneurysm of the internal iliac artery, may cause arterial rupture in pregnancy or in non-pregnant patients (3-8).
Bladder rupture in the absence of trauma (spontaneous bladder rupture) is a rare but life-threatening phenomenon, commonly associated with pelvic malignancy (1,2) and post-vaginal delivery.
Renal forniceal rupture is the extravasation of urine from one or more renal calyces caused by increased pressure in the renal collecting system [1].
Field surveys showed that the earthquake ruptured the middle segment of the Longmenshan fault zone; meanwhile, two rupture spaces were approximately parallel with the northeastern Beichuan-Yingxiu fault (abbreviated as BCF) with 240 km surface rupture and the Guanxian-Jiangyou fault (abbreviated as PGF) with 70 km surface rupture [1-4].