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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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Fractures of these ribs indicate significant energy transfer and may be associated with injuries to the great vessels, brachial plexus, lungs, head and neck.
Abigail was just 12 days old when she had heart surgery for truncus arteriosus, a condition which occurs when the single great vessel from the heart fails to separate completely, leaving a connection between the aorta and pulmonary artery.
EVERYONE'S fascinated with the Titanic and you can here the story about the sinking of this great vessel from the Quartermaster's point of view this Saturday at the Merseyside Maritime Museum, at 1.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm.
Ours ended as we sailed into the great vessel's home port of Southampton.
Mediastinal lymphadenopathy, great vessel invasion, and mediastinal fat infiltration are most suggestive of type C tumor or thymic carcinomas.
It was quite an emotional feeling running around the great vessel after watching the race for so many years on the television, but then my thoughts turned to my next mental checkpoint, Tower Bridge at 12 miles.
"It was great to see the Voyager set sail because I was involved in the planning and building of this great vessel. I love this job and I couldn't imagine doing anything else.
The report of the chest radiograph (CXR) or computed tomography (CT) scan of the chest at the time of diagnosis was reviewed to evaluate the location of the mass within the mediastinum, involvement of the trachaea, carina and mainstem bronchi, and to determine whether there was any cardiac or great vessel involvement by the tumour.
Coronary artery fistulas (CAF) are rare congenital or acquired malformations in which a direct vascular connection from a coronary artery to a cardiac chamber or a great vessel exists.
Physicians should outline the risk of this type of great vessel wall injury during the informed consent process, explaining that such events can occur, even if only among 0.2 per 1,000 patients, said Dr.