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*  Cardiac tamponade
... either penetrating trauma involving the pericardium or blunt chest trauma), pericarditis (inflammation of the pericardium), ... Following stabilization of the patient, surgery is provided to seal the source of the bleed and mend the pericardium. In people ... Cardiac tamponade, also known as pericardial tamponade, is when fluid in the pericardium (the sac around the heart) builds up ... Cardiac tamponade is caused by a large or uncontrolled pericardial effusion, i.e. the buildup of fluid inside the pericardium. ...
*  Kussmaul's sign
Kussmaul sign suggests impaired filling of the right ventricle due to a poorly compliant myocardium or pericardium. This ...
*  Pericardial effusion
In some cases, surgical drainage may be required by cutting through the pericardium creating a pericardial window. "Pericardial ... Cancer that has spread to the pericardium Trichinosis Kidney failure with excessive blood levels of urea nitrogen Minoxidil ...
*  Dressler syndrome
... is a secondary form of pericarditis that occurs in the setting of injury to the heart or the pericardium (the ... A similar pericarditis can be associated with any pericardiotomy or trauma to the pericardium or heart surgery. Dressler ...
*  Uremic pericarditis
The pericardium is infiltrated by the fibrinous exudate. This consists of fibrin strands and leukocytes. Fibrin describes an ...
*  Pericardium
... the parietal pericardium, which is fused to and inseparable from the fibrous pericardium, and the visceral pericardium, which ... the outermost fibrous pericardium and the inner serous pericardium. The fibrous pericardium is the most superficial layer of ... The right phrenic nerve passes to the right of the pericardium. The left phrenic nerve passes over the pericardium of the left ... The pericardium is a double-walled sac containing the heart and the roots of the great vessels. The pericardial sac has two ...
*  Pericardium (Chinese medicine)
The Pericardium has a meridian named for it, which reflects the health of the organ. In terms of the Five Elements, these ... In general theory, the Pericardium is not distinguished from the Heart. It is also the first line of defence against the Heart ... In treatment, it is often best to approach heart problems via the Pericardium, rather than directly. The peak time for the ... See Zang Fu theory) The Pericardium is also called the "heart protector," and, for clinical purposes, is considered a yin organ ...
*  Glossary of gastropod terms
Pericardium. The chamber containing the heart. Periostracum. The epidermal covering of some shells. Pervious. Very narrowly ...
*  Norman Chevers
The Pericardium. Springer Science & Business Media. p. 191. ISBN 978-1-4419-9137-9. "Chevers, Norman - Biographical entry - ...
*  Mediastinum
... the anterior mediastinum being in front of the pericardium, the middle mediastinum contains the pericardium and its contents, ... Thoracic Wall, Pleura, and Pericardium - Dissector Answers Archived 2012-09-01 at the Wayback Machine. Untitled Document UAMS ... This lower part is subdivided into three regions, all relative to the pericardium - ... posteriorly by the pericardium; anteriorly by the sternum, the left transversus thoracis and the fifth, sixth, and seventh left ...
*  José L. Duomarco
Functions for the Pericardium. J.L. Duomarco; C.E. Giambruno; R. Rimini; Cardiovascular Functions Ed. A. A. Luisada McGraw Hill ... Cardiac retropulsion and zonal pressure of the pericardium. J.L. Duomarco; R. Rimini C.E. Giambruno Acta Physiologica Latino ...
*  Orang-Outang, sive Homo Sylvestris
Pericardium attached to diaphragm. More rounded apex of the heart. No pouches in the chaps (unclear). Much larger brain than in ...
*  Hyalinobatrachium pallidum
The pericardium is light golden. Many individuals from the Sierra de Perijá have a number of irregular black flecks on the ...
*  Kidney (Chinese medicine)
The other Yin, or Zang, organs are the lungs (Fei), liver (Gan), spleen (Pi), and heart (Xin). Sometimes the pericardium (Xin ...
*  Hamman's sign
Hamman's syndrome The Pericardium - Google Book Search. Retrieved 2008-11-26. Hadjis T, Palisaitis D, Dontigny L, Allard M ( ...
*  David Stainer
Stainer left the club in 2010 for "Pericardium". On TV he won the Only Connect final 2008 as part of the Crossworders team with ...
*  Pulmonary vein
ISBN 978-0-443-06612-2. Skandalakis, editor in chief John E. (2004). "Chapter 7. Pericardium, Heart, and Great Vessels in the ...
*  Asterophila japonica
However this larva has a pericardium and a kidney. Randall & Heath, 1912. Warén A. & Lewis L.M. (1994) Tho new species of ...
*  Heart development
Mesothelial pericardium forms the outer lining of the heart. The inner lining of the heart, lymphatic and blood vessels, ... Then mesothelial cells form the pericardium and migrate to form most of the epicardium. Then the heart tube is formed by the ...
*  Autoimmune encephalitis
Bright, R (1838). "Cases of spasmodic disease accompanying affections of the pericardium". Trans Med-Chir Soc London. Martino, ...
*  Marstonia comalensis
Ctenidium is positioned a little in front of pericardium. There are 24-25 ctenidial filaments, that are broadly triangular with ...
*  Heart
The pericardium is the sack that surrounds the heart. The tough outer surface of the pericardium is called the fibrous membrane ... while the part of the serous membrane attached to the heart is known as the visceral pericardium. The pericardium is present in ... The heart is enclosed in a protective sac, the pericardium, which also contains a small amount of fluid. The wall of the heart ... Between the third and fourth week, the heart tube lengthens, and begins to fold to form an S-shape within the pericardium. This ...
*  The Greater Good (House)
A scan reveals masses in her lungs, spine and pericardium. Later, her heart also stops and she bleeds into her pericardium. ...
*  Limulus amebocyte lysate
Blood is removed from the horseshoe crab's pericardium; the crabs are returned to the water. LAL manufacturers have measured ...
*  List of dog diseases
Pericardial effusion* is a collection of fluid in the pericardium. It is usually serosanguinous (bloody fluid). Serosanguinous ...