saphenous


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Related to saphenous: small saphenous vein, Saphenous vein graft, Lesser saphenous vein
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sa·phe·nous

a. safeno-a, rel. a las venas safenas.

saphenous

adj safeno
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Varithena(TM) is indicated for the treatment of incompetent great saphenous veins, accessory saphenous veins, and visible varicosities of the great saphenous vein (GSV) system, above and below the knee.
Combined Continuous Popliteal and Saphenous Infusions Delivered by ON-Q* in Outpatient Total Foot and Ankle Procedures Show Reduction in Opioid Analgesics and Higher Pain Management Satisfaction Authored by Dr.
METHODS: One thousand three hundred and ninetyseven patients were screened for RLS symptoms by questionnaire and interview, and for saphenous vein disease by clinical examination, including continuous-wave Doppler.
Up to 25% of saphenous vein grafts occlude in the first postoperative year, and annual occlusion rates thereafter are l%-2% until year 5 and 4%-5% from years 5-10.
During the procedure, the surgeon removes a healthy artery or vein from elsewhere in the body, most often the saphenous vein in the leg, and uses it to route blood around a blockage in a coronary artery.
Coronary angiography showed a patent left internal mammarian artery to the left anterior descending artery with critical stenoses in the proximal and the mid segments, a patent saphenous vein graft (SVG) to the first diagonal branch with 70% stenosis and 80% thrombotic lesion in SVG to the obtuse marginal branch (Fig.
Minimally invasive techniques for ablation of incompetent saphenous veins using either radiofrequency or laser energy sources have gained acceptance and are being widely applied today.
The application for 510(k) clearance contains data from Kensey Nash's PRIDE (PRotection during saphenous vein graft Intervention to prevent Distal Embolization) trial which compared the TriActiv device against other approved embolic protection systems for the treatment of saphenous vein graft disease.
Creatine kinase (CK-MB), in addition to helping to diagnose cardiac events, may predict a patient's risk of fatal complications during the first year after saphenous vein angioplasty, according to a report by Hong et al.
In the low flow small vessel setting, such as the coronary arteries and infrapopliteal vessels, the saphenous vein is the gold standard against which any prosthetic vascular conduit must compare.
The eSVS Mesh device is designed to prevent saphenous vein grafts from closing.