Definition of Intrathoracic. Meaning of Intrathoracic. Synonyms of Intrathoracic

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Definition of Intrathoracic

Intrathoracic
Intrathoracic In`tra*tho*rac"ic, a. Within the thora? or chest.

Meaning of Intrathoracic from wikipedia

- The thoracic cavity (or chest cavity) is the chamber of the body of vertebrates that is protected by the thoracic wall (rib cage and ****ociated skin, muscle...
- "Surgical resection combined with intrathoracic hyperthermic perfusion for thymic carcinoma with an intrathoracic disseminated lesion: a case report...
- the trachea. It can be congenital or acquired, and extrathoracic or intrathoracic (inside or outside the thoracic cavity). Tracheal collapse is a dynamic...
- Malignant neoplasms of other and ill-defined sites in respiratory system and intrathoracic organs ICD-10 code GE C39-8, a diesel electric locomotive....
- Reflex is involved in Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia. During inhalation intrathoracic pressure decreases. It triggers increased venous return which is registered...
- of D-subminiature electrical connectors and also : Benign neoplasm of other and unspecified intrathoracic organs ICD-10 code DD-15 (disambiguation)...
- normal borders between thoracic structures. It is usually caused by an intrathoracic radiopaque m**** that touches the border of the heart or aorta. In other...
- ICD-10 code for a neoplasm of uncertain or unknown behaviour of middle ear and respiratory and intrathoracic organs D38, a 1980s Dicomed color workstation...
- by P2. During inspiration, the chest wall expands and causes the intrathoracic pressure to become more negative (think of a vacuum). The increased...
- lesions, such as chronic interstitial pneumonia, pleural effusions, and intrathoracic tumors. Treatment is directed largely to removing the cause, or, where...