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ostial

(ˈɒstɪəl)
adj
relating to an ostium
Translations

os·ti·al

a. ostial, rel. o concerniente a un orificio o abertura.
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3-5, 71-76) Coronary ostial transfer problems after an arterial switch operation for complete transposition of the great arteries or the Taussig-Bing anomaly are the main cause of early operative death which occurs in 7-8% of neonate and infant cases.
Minimal adhesions implies adhesions involving < 1/4 of uterine cavity, thin or filmy adhesions, either clear or minimal involvement of ostial areas and upper fundus.
In patients with moderate to severe aortic regurgitation, Aorta was opened and cardioplegia was given directly in coronaries by ostial cannula.
The variables tested in the multivariable models included age, gender, hypertension, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, previous cerebrovascular accident, current smoker, MI history, anterior MI, single-vessel disease, ostial lesion, bifurcation lesion, total occlusion, type B2 or C lesion, preprocedural TIMI flow grade, postprocedural TIMI flow grade, number of stents per patient, diameter of stent, total stent length, IABP support, and thrombus aspiration and were selected by forward stepwise method.
Environmental allergens, infectious agents (bacteria, fungi and viruses) and air pollutants cause chronic inflammation and edema of local mucosa leading to ostial obstruction, retention of debris, purulent discharge and polypoidal changes in mucosa.
d) Porokeratotic eccrine ostial and dermal duct nevus (PEODDN)
All heart specimens (100) have single ostial openings in left coronary sinus except 1 in which two openings were present, i.
The sampling sites were selected considering the presence of human settlements, with urban or agricultural wastewater discharges and classified as Humayes (site I), Copales (site II), Iguanas (site III), Cortina (site IV), Recodo (site V), Siqueros dam (site VI), Walamo (site VII), Ostial (site VIII), Tapo Botadero (site IX) and Garzas (site X), for geographic locations see figure 1.
This PPPD should also be differentiated from systematized, widespread form of porokeratotic eccrine ostial and dermal ductal nevus (PEODDN).
Wrap around LAD and occlusion of the ostial region of LAD were detected (Figure 3a, b).
An anomalous origin of right coronary artery from the left sinus of Valsalva associated with syncope in an young athlete after a football game has been reported by Lilly et al, (16) in which case the right coronary artery began adjacent to the ostium of left main coronary artery, coursed between aorta and pulmonary trunk and had a characteristic "slit-like" ostial orifice.
After antibiotic therapy was completed, the endoscopic examination revealed resolution of the purulent drainage and the presence of a narrowed, slit-like sphenoid sinus ostium (figure 1, C) with mild edematous swelling along the lateral aspect of the ostial opening (figure 1, D).