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Vessel

A conveyance for the transport of goods by water.

Vessel

A ship or other vehicle of transportation over water. Vessels are important in international commerce. See also: Incoterm.
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MONTREAL -- Laparoscopic injury of the great vessels, while rare, carries up to a 20% mortality rate and a high rate of malpractice, Dr.
In practice, atrial situs is often evaluated by determining the arrangement of the abdominal great vessels with respect to the spine at the level of the diaphragm.
The new package is designed to help researchers detect and diagnose congenital heart disease by providing a comprehensive assessment of complex cardiac structures and great vessels.
The fetuses had a variety of cardiac malformations, including: Fallot's tetralogy (nine cases); transposition of the great vessels (three); ventricle septum defect with or without associated cardiac malformations (nine); rhabdomyoma (three); aortic stenosis at the isthmus (three); arteriovenous canal (three); car-diomegaly (unilateral or bilateral) (three); or other pathologies such as an aneurysm, cardiac teratoma, missing inferior vena cava, and double-outlet right ventricle.
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High-resolution CT is useful in evaluating the tumor and the surrounding great vessels and muscles.
These can be quantified with phase contrast (PC) velocity encoding, which provides an instantaneous measure of fluid velocity, and can be used to provide velocity-time and flow-time curves through the valves and the great vessels, thus allowing calculation of pressure gradients.
Corrected transposition of the great vessels in a 73-year-old man.
The air may enter the retroperitoneum via a mesenteric route, via direct perforation or even via pneumatosis cystoides coli; then it may dissect along structures passing into the periphery including the great vessels and psoas muscle as in our case.
This surgery is usually performed in newborns with transposition of the great vessels -- i.
Director, Heart and Great Vessels Department, Sapienza University of Rome; and Steven J.
Of all the cases studied, 314 twins were thoracopagus and typically shared a single multi-chambered heart; there were from one to four atria and from one to four ventricles, with several variations of the great vessels, and triple-outlet connection was observed in only three cases of all 1262 twins.