embolization


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Related to embolization: Arterial embolization, varicocele embolization
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embolization

n embolización f; uterine artery — embolización de las arterias uterinas
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Gastric artery embolization has been done for decades by interventional radiologists as a way to stop bleeding in emergency situations, but the idea of performing the procedure as a means of treating obesity is new.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for its Pipeline(TM) Flex embolization device.
The acquisition of Reverse Medical is complementary to our existing portfolio and will allow us to leverage existing vascular technologies to compete in the worldwide vascular embolization market, which is growing at a double digit rate," said Brett Wall, president of Covidien's Neurovascular division.
Gurgaon, May 11, ( ANI ) Women who go for uterine surgery have a better alternative now: Uterine Fibroid Embolization.
announced today that it will launch the vascular embolization device DC Bead(R) (specially controlled medical device) in Japan on February 4.
The decision was then made to treat the patient with embolization of the lesion followed by surgical resection the next day.
Health and well-being company Royal Philips Electronics (NYSE: PHG) (AEX: PHIA) and Biocompatibles announced a collaboration to advance the use of image guidance to control the delivery of beads during the arterial embolization of hypervascularized tumors at the annual CIRSE (Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiological Society of Europe) meeting.
5] An attractive alternative to surgical varicocele repair is the selective catheterization and embolization of the gonadal veins using sclerosing agents, tissue adhesives or detachable metallic coils.
on splenic artery embolization, in which they reached in conclusion that splenic artery embolization might be an option for hemolytic anemia as a bridging therapy to surgery or as an alternative therapy, especially in critically ill patients with disorders that contraindicate surgery (1).
Treatments include myomectomy and hysterectomy, and a minimally invasive nonsurgical procedure, uterine artery embolization.
Abstract: Cholesterol crystal embolization is a well-established complication of arterial trauma and anticoagulation which may involve multiple organs including the skin and muscle, producing clinical features such as livedo reticularis, cyanosis and gangrene of the toes and intense myalgias.
A new study from England finds that uterine artery embolization enables significantly faster recovery than standard surgical methods for the treatment of uterine fibroids.