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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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Subsequently, the patient had percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty to the mid RCA and ostial LC arteries through the right radial approach.
Sinonasal inflammatory disease with sinus ostial obstruction is a very common cause of an opacified paranasal sinus.
In the revisional study on the subfamily Striglinae, Whalley (1976) revalidated Sonagara as a monobasic genus, distributed in India, Sikkim, Formosa [Taiwan], Borneo and Hainan, and enumerated the generic features as follows: eyes without interfacetal hairs; fore tibia with tubercle, hind tibia with 2 pairs of spurs; tarsi each with rows of spines; forewing with M1 to R3 separately from cell; hindwing with Sc+R1 and R3 approaching but not touching; uncus modified with 2 lateral forks; gnathus modified, without peg-like teeth; valve with prominent apical sacculus process; female with double frenulum, sometimes triple; ostial plate relatively simple; signum in bursa.
In this case, the authors performed transthoracic echocardiography to rule out aortic dissection, involving the arch and coronary ostial narrowing before and during surgery.
The sinus was approached transnasally, and balloon dilation was selected as the tool for ostial enlargement.
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They are most commonly post inflammatory, but any other cause of ostial obstruction could result in their formation.
Whatever the insult, the underlying problem is sinus ostial obstruction.
Radiation-induced coronary ostial stenosis, a case of redo coronary bypass for the restenosis following patch angioplasty.
Apenas foi referida a presenca da valva ostial do seio coronario na sua desembocadura no atrio direito por Chiarugi (1963), Bertho (1964), Schwarze e Schroder (1972), Nickel et al.