embolization

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embolization

n embolización f; uterine artery — embolización de las arterias uterinas
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The following study is a retrospective observational and analytical cohort study for two years among the patients admitted for massive haemoptysis undergoing bronchial artery embolisation.
Angiography and embolisation are used successfully in cases where patients continue to bleed.
This study is dedicated to further advancement of use of the ArtVentive EOS embolisation device in treating venous and arterial cases where the precise placement and immediate, efficient vessel embolization are paramount.
The classification and embolisation treatment of paediatric arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) was presented by Associate Professor Kurosh Parsi, a dermatologist, phlebologist and vascular anomalies specialist.
Early migration and ureteric obstruction of an embolisation coil used to treat massive haemorrhage following percutaneous nephrolithotomy.
Selective embolisation or kidney-sparing resection are acceptable second-line therapies for asymptomatic angiomyolipoma.
1] The embolisation of a guidewire is a rare but reported complication.
SciClone Pharmaceuticals, a US-based, China-focused specialty pharmaceutical company, and its partner BTG have received approval for the registration of DC Bead for the embolisation of malignant hypervascularised tumours, from the China Food and Drug Administration, it was reported on Friday.
The purchase will enhance Covidien's existing portfolio and will allow the company to take advantage of vascular technologies and thus better position itself on the vascular embolisation market, said Covidien Neurovascular president Brett Wall.
The following May Sam had a uterine artery embolisation, which blocks the blood flow to fibroids to reduce their size, but her heavy periods returned a year later.
Varicocele Embolisation uses coils to block blood flow to the dilated vessels in a varicocele.
In summary, this non-inferiority trial showed that dabigatran administered at 150 mg twice daily was associated with lower rates of stroke and systemic embolisation.