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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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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.
Anomalies of the great vessels of the mediastinum are not uncommon, but only a small fraction of cases involving vascular compression of the airway cause obstructive symptomatology.
Median sternotomy is the approach most commonly utilized as it allows for adequate exposure of the heart and great vessels and can be extended easily for a laparotomy if active bleeding is encountered.
Surgical treatment of post traumatic foreign bodies in the heart and great vessels.
Local disease may displace, compress, or invade the cervical trachea and the great vessels in the neck, making surgical extirpation difficult.
Such defects included one schizencephaly, one tracheoesophageal fistula, one transposition of the great vessels, one polydactyly, and two cases of patent ductus arteriosus.
1,2) These were usually described as traversing an internally directed course, such as those that eventually impinged on and/or penetrated various cardiac chambers, (3) great vessels, (4) or the pleural cavity.
Of the 318 infants studied, 131 had HLHS, while 187 had other congenital heart defects, such as single-ventricle disease, transposition of the great vessels, and tetralogy of Fallot.
Having a system with the ability to capture the entire heart and great vessels with a single gantry rotation allows for imaging with very low dose and can often provide all of the information required for operative planning in the setting of complex congenital heart disease," said Dr.
Double outlet right ventricle (DORV) is a ventriculoarterial connection with both great vessels arising, entirely or mainly, from the right ventricle (1).
The text's two volumes include 115 chapters organized into 17 sections covering the history and current global status of cardiovascular disease; foundations of cardiovascular medicine; evaluation of the patient; heart failure; cardiomyopathy and specific heart muscle diseases; rhythm and conduction disorders; syncope, sudden death, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation; coronary heart disease; systemic arterial hypertension; cardiopulmonary disease; valvular heart disease; congenital heart disease; pericardial diseases and endocarditis; anesthesia, surgery, and the heart; miscellaneous conditions and cardiovascular disease; diseases of the great vessels and peripheral vessels; and social issues and cardiovascular disease.