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- adj. Within the thorax
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Within the thorax or chest.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated or occurring within the thorax or chest: as, the heart and lungs are intrathoracic organs.
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These haemorrhages are caused by sudden changes of the intravascular blood pressure as a result of a compression of intrathoracic great vessels by a shock wave caused by a penetrating bullet.
Risk factors for intrathoracic tuberculosis in children in the economic migrant populations of two Dominican Republic bateyes.
When apnea is treated, negative intrathoracic pressure is reversed, acid stays in the stomach and stress hormone levels decline, allowing for easier weight loss.
During the period of rest the tension of the tricuspid and bicuspid valves is relaxed, and blood is flowing from the veins into the atria, being aspirated by negative intrathoracic pressure, and slightly also from the atria into the ventricles.
A, shows cane-shaped cannula for use in intrathoracic compressive or other stenoses.
The respiratory movements consist in a dilatation or opening up of the thoracic esophageal lumen during inspiration, due to the negative intrathoracic pressure.
In two locations it normally often assumes a more or less oval outline; in the cervical region, due to pressure of the thyroid gland; and in the intrathoracic portion just above the bifurcation where it is crossed by the aorta.
"Performing a coronary artery bypass surgery is technically more demanding on patients who have displacement of heart by intrathoracic structures", Dr R Ravikumar, Director,
This effect will by exacerbated by any factors that increase the mean intrathoracic pressure such as high inspiratory pressures, prolonged inspiratory times and the application of PEEP.
Cardiovascular compromise positive intrathoracic pressure reduces venous return