If present, aberrant
RP ICA requires a cautious approach in candidates requiring interventions of the RP region in order to avoid massive life-threatening hemorrhage.
CD markers expression must be kept in mind during lineage assignment of acute leukemias while performing flow cytometric immunophenotyping.
Conclusion: Variability in aberrant
phenotype expression was observed in different types of acute and chronic leukemia patients with no prognostic implications on treatment response.
There appeared to be an aberrant
vessel arising from the left gastro-epiploic artery supplying the mass (Figure 4(b)).
bile ducts, 'remnant surface bile ducts,' and peribiliary glands: descriptive anatomy, historical nomenclature, and surgical implications," Clinical Anatomy, vol.
right subclavian artery with or without a Kommerell's diverticulum is the most common arch anomaly of the aorta.
The strength of this study is that such combination of ARSCA and aberrant
RVA is rare and this finding was seen in one out of 67 cadavers.
in which the incidence of an aberrant
obturator artery found to be between 1 % and 22 % based on latest studies (Missankov et al., 1996 & Havaldar et al.).
A 12-year-old girl presented to the department having been referred from her opticians with an incidental finding of aberrant
vasculature in the right fundus.
Ton Schumacher of the Netherlands Cancer Institute and Johanna Olweus of the University of Oslo and Oslo University Hospital decided to test whether a 'borrowed immune system' could "see" the cancer cells of the patient as aberrant
. The recognition of aberrant
cells is carried out by immune cells called T cells.
right subclavian artery is a congenital variation of the aortic arch, with a reported incidence of 0.2-1.8%.
With the high index of suspicion for the presence of an aberrant
biliary anatomy and since all other relevant studies such as T-tube cholangiogram and ERCP have already proven to be non-helpful, a cholangiogram through J-P drain was performed.