Medical Definition of Communicating haematoma

1. 1. A cavity due to ruptured myocardial infarction that has been contained by an intact parietal pericardium and communicates with the left ventricle by a narrow neck, 2. A dilation of an artery with actual disruption of one or more layers of its walls, as at the site of puncture as a complication of precutaneous arterial catheterization, rather than with expansion of all layers of the wall. Synonym: communicating haematoma, pulsatile haematoma. (05 Mar 2000)



Lexicographical Neighbors of Communicating Haematoma

communicating branch of facial nerve with glossopharyngeal nerve
communicating branch of facial nerve with tympanic plexus
communicating branch of glossopharyngeal nerve with auricular branch of vagus nerve
communicating branch of lacrimal nerve with zygomatic nerve
communicating branch of median nerve with ulnar nerve
communicating branch of otic ganglion to auriculotemporal nerve
communicating branch of otic ganglion to chorda tympani
communicating branch of otic ganglion with medial pterygoid nerve
communicating branch of otic ganglion with meningeal branch of mandibular nerve
communicating branch of peroneal artery
communicating branch of superior laryngeal nerve with recurrent laryngeal nerve
communicating branches of auriculotemporal nerve to facial nerve
communicating branches of lingual nerve to hypoglossal nerve
communicating branches of spinal nerves
communicating branches of sympathetic trunk
communicating haematoma (current term)
communicating hydrocephalus
communicating junction
communicating rami of spinal nerves
communicating rami of sympathetic trunk
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