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Definition of Extravasating

Extravasating
Extravasate Ex*trav"a*sate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Extravasated; p. pr. & vb. n. Extravasating.] [Pref. extra- + L. vas vessel: cf. F. extravaser. See Vase.] To force or let out of the proper vessels or arteries, as blood.

Meaning of Extravasating from wikipedia

- results in urethral injury accompanying a tear of the Buck's fascia, then extravasated blood and urine would ac****ulate in the superficial perineal space, p****ing...
- Lump of extravasated sperm found in some vasectomized men...
- Neutrophils extravasate from blood vessels to the site of tissue injury or infection during the innate immune response....
- the decidua, and the haematoma may remain within the decidua or may extravasate into the myometrium (the muscular wall of the uterus). The myometrium...
- fibrin (dark pink amorphous material) in a blocked vein surrounded by extravasated red blood cells (right of image). An artery (left of image) and the amnion...
- Arthroscopic instrumentation such as the newer Extravastat devices to drain extravasated fluid from the soft tissue during shoulder and hip arthroscopy has been...
- their size, the microbubbles remain confined in blood vessels without extravasating towards the interstitial fluid. An ultrasound contrast media is therefore...
- any clinical concern for syphilis. A biopsy of the lesions will show extravasated erythrocytes within dermal papillae and dyskeratotic cells within the...
- move along a chemotactic gradient towards the source of inflammation. Extravasated neutrophils in the cellular phase come into contact with microbes at...
- variform, variola, variolation, variorum, various, vary vās vās- vessel extravasate, extravasation, extravascular, intravasate, intravasation, intravascular...