intra-arterial


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Related to intra-arterial: Intra-articular

in·tra-ar·te·ri·al

(ĭn′trə-är-tîr′ē-əl)
adj.
Within arteries or an artery: an intra-arterial injection.

in′tra-ar·te′ri·al·ly adv.
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Mesenchymal stem cells obtained from the bone marrow of the patient were then transplanted into the liver following the intra-arterial method.
Despite new treatment options with intra-arterial thrombectomy, Still 2 out of 3 patients still have a poor outcome.
But her parents, Ashleigh, 29, and Stephen, 37, have been given new hope after the youngster was accepted for an intra-arterial trial in the New Year using an experimental form of chemotherapy in Monterrey, Mexico.
But her parents Ashleigh, 29, and Stephen, 37, have been given new hope after the youngster was accepted for an intra-arterial trial in the New Year using an experimental form of chemotherapy in Monterrey, Mexico.
Nine-year-old Lucy Moroney is in Monterrey, Mexico, for an intra-arterial chemotherapy trial not yet available in Europe.
12) While contrast administration confirmed that there was no intra-arterial injection, the patient developed an infarction in the distribution of the anterior spinal artery seconds after the injection, leading to complete paralysis below the C3 level.
The problem of under- and overdamping of the intra-arterial blood pressure monitoring system was first comprehensively studied in 1981, and intensivists and anaesthesiologists were well aware of the problem.
Introduction: Unintentional intra-arterial injection of drugs has serious problems and morbidity such as pain, ischemia, gangrene, and infection.
This edition has been updated to incorporate recent developments in the field, a new chapter on autoimmune conditions, and a new chapter on cost-effective management for common disorders in resource-limited environments, as well as new pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments for seizures, new molecular techniques and personalized approaches to cancers, new approaches to treating pain, recent intra-arterial therapies for acute stroke, and new treatments for infectious diseases.
Even with the needle tip on the periosteum and no movement of the needle, the needle technique showed a higher risk of intra-arterial injections.
Large and unresectable BCC in the head and neck region had an 83% response rate when treated with intra-arterial chemotherapy using a combination of vincristine, bleomycin, methotrexate, and cisplatin.

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