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A conveyance for the transport of goods by water.

Vessel

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The anterior lumbar surgery has more risks in vascular injury, the close anatomy relation between great vessels and lumbar spine are the primary reason, which is not unexpected, as exposure of spinal levels superior to L5-S1 require greater mobilization of the iliac vessels as well as the aorta and vena cava.
Phase contrast velocity encoded MRI allows one to obtain measures of blood velocity plotted over the cardiac cycle through the valves and the great vessels.
3%) followed by transposition of great vessels (7%) were the commonest cyanotic congenital heart diseases.
Cardiac magnetic resonance (CMR) imaging is the latest technique among the modalities used for imaging of the heart and great vessels.
Other injuries necessitating emergency operation are lung parenchyma, intercostal vessels and internal mammary vessels and great vessels of the thorax.
It contains the heart, which is enclosed by the pericardial sac, great vessels related to the heart such as the aorta and vena cava, and the azygous venous system.
Then they survey their clinical applications in cardiovascular medicine, such as the PET assessment of myocardial perfusion, MR angiography of coronaries and great vessels, and cardiac CT and magnetic resonance to evaluate acute chest pain in the emergency department.
The empty slips which great vessels once slid down watched by cheering crowds of workers lie vacant.
of the blood lost and of the blood remaining in the great vessels, the conclusion that death occurred as a consequence of haemorrhage is unsafe.
Absent a quantitative assessment of the blood lost and of the blood remaining in the great vessels, the conclusion that death occurred as a consequence of haemorrhage is unsafe.
Transposition of the great vessels involves having the aorta arising from the right ventricle and the pulmonary artery originating from the left ventricle.
Indeed, when one considers the numerous different cell types that make up the heart and great vessels that are required to function in unison to pump blood throughout the body and that in every cell type there are complex combinatorial codes instructing each cell on how to function and how to communicate with their neighbouring cells, it provides a complex challenge for heart researchers to understand," said Dr.