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1,4-6] In our cases, sequestrated and extruded fragments were almost completely resolved in a short time such as two months.
It showed a large, well defined, left lower lobe multi-loculated cystic mass with multiple enhancing internal septae and a vessel arising from the descending aorta supplying sequestrated lung portion thus suggesting diagnosis of an intralobar bronchopulmonary sequestration with superadded infection (Figure-3).
Almusrea, "Spontaneous resorption of sequestrated intervertebral disc herniation," World Neurosurgery, vol.
Tumor lesions include metastasis, schwannoma, and malignant lymphoma, while tumor-mimicking lesions include sequestrated intervertebral disc, hemorrhagic synovial cyst, hematoma, and abscess [7].
The Law Society of Scotland said: "Brian Gallen was sequestrated at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court on May 7, 2014.
Sequestrated lumbar intervertebral disk in the posterior epidural space: a report on two cases and review of the literature.
These include the amount of carbon that can be sequestrated, its cost and the anticipated environmental impact.
Those of us, however, who have operated upon and removed prolapsed and sequestrated discs usually find that they are so jammed in position that it is obvious that no power on earth could induce them, by manipulation alone, to go back into their original home in the inter-vertebral joint.
They also called Algeria to respect its international obligations and allow the UNHCR to take a census of the sahrawis sequestrated in Tindouf Camps.
OFFICIALS at the north's 'central bank' said yesterday there was no need for concern after it sequestrated two high street banks on Friday.
Bacteremia has started from underlying disease such as a sequestrated lung (4) or acute cholecystis (5) or has been related to coronary artery surgery (2) and frequently to CVCs (2,3,6).
He said that Tannenbaum's South African estate had been sequestrated and that authorities were probing the matter.