Definition of Mediastinal. Meaning of Mediastinal. Synonyms of Mediastinal

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Definition of Mediastinal

Mediastinal
Mediastinal Me`di*as*ti"nal, a. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to a mediastinum.

Meaning of Mediastinal from wikipedia

- Mediastinum testis (unrelated structure in the ****) Mediastinal germ cell tumor Mediastinitis Mediastinal tumor This article incorporates text in the public...
- Mediastinal shift is the deviation of the mediastinal structures towards one side of the chest cavity, usually seen on chest radiograph. It indicates...
- A mediastinal tumor is a tumor in the mediastinum, the cavity that separates the lungs from the rest of the chest. It contains the heart, esophagus, trachea...
- Mediastinal lymphadenopathy or mediastinal adenopathy is an enlargement of the mediastinal lymph nodes. Tuberculosis Sarcoidosis lung cancer/oesophageal...
- "diaphragmatic pleura" lines the convex surface of the diaphragm. The "mediastinal pleura" attaches to the other organs in the mediastinum and forms the...
- Pneumomediastinum (from Gr**** pneuma – "air", also known as mediastinal emphysema) is pneumatosis (abnormal presence of air or other gas) in the mediastinum...
- Mediastinal germ cell tumors are tumors that derive from germ cell rest remnants in the mediastinum. They most commonly occur in the gonad but occasionally...
- a level with the sternal end of the fourth costal cartilage; on the mediastinal surface it may be traced backward to the hilum.The lower, oblique fissure...
- pleural sac and lung, possibly causing a pneumothorax. The concern about "mediastinal flutter" (the shift of the mediastinum with paradoxical diaphragm movement)...
- For other uses, see Diaphragm (disambiguation). The thoracic diaphragm, or simply the diaphragm (Ancient Gr****: διάφραγμα, translit. diáphragma, lit. 'partition')...
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