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VESSEL, mar. law. A ship, brig, sloop or other craft used in navigation. 1 Boul. Paty, tit. 1, p. 100. See sup.
     2. By an act of congress, approved July 29, 1850, it is provided that any person, not being an owner, who shall on the high seas, willfully, with. intent to burn or destroy, set fire to any ship or other vessel, or otherwise attempt the destruction of such ship or other vessel, being the property of any citizen or citizens of the United States, or procure the same to be done, with the intent aforesaid, and being thereof lawfully convicted, shall suffer imprisonment to hard labor, for a term not exceeding ten years, nor less than three years, according to the aggravation of the offence.

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Also, when a large thymic tumor is associated with the invasion of great vessels, lymph node enlargement, phrenic nerve palsy, or extrathymic metastases on CT, thymic carcinoma rather than atypical thymoma should be considered, as in our case.
Physicians should outline the risk of this type of great vessel wall injury during the informed consent process, explaining that such events can occur, even if only among 0.
We have a great crew and a great vessel, and now it's time for us to win the record back and perhaps even set a new one in the 24-hour speed category.
Indeed, when one considers the numerous different cell types that make up the heart and great vessels that are required to function in unison to pump blood throughout the body and that in every cell type there are complex combinatorial codes instructing each cell on how to function and how to communicate with their neighbouring cells, it provides a complex challenge for heart researchers to understand," said Dr.
It included 17,044 patients born with gross structural abnormalities of the heart or intrathoracic great vessels with actual or potential functional significance.
Analyzing mortality in patients of all ages showed a much greater drop in mortality due to tetralogy of Fallot (50%) and transposition of the great vessels (71%) than when the analysis included adults only, suggesting that most of the improvement in survival for people with these defects occurred among children, Dr.
We stayed in one of the 14 suites on the Chateau floor at the top of the building, named after the great vessels on the river.
Transposition of the great vessels involves having the aorta arising from the right ventricle and the pulmonary artery originating from the left ventricle.
Since the discovery of X-rays by Rontgen in 1895, the turf war between clinicians and radiologists regarding their ownership has always been fiercest around the imaging of the heart and great vessels.
Then they survey their clinical applications in cardiovascular medicine, such as the PET assessment of myocardial perfusion, MR angiography of coronaries and great vessels, and cardiac CT and magnetic resonance to evaluate acute chest pain in the emergency department.
The empty slips which great vessels once slid down watched by cheering crowds of workers lie vacant.
of the blood lost and of the blood remaining in the great vessels, the conclusion that death occurred as a consequence of haemorrhage is unsafe.