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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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The right renal artery showed an ostial narrowing, which was crossed using the 0.014 microwire followed by angioplasty and stenting.
Request/View TOC@ https://www.factmr.com/connectus/sample?flag=T&rep_id=572 Dual Therapy Stent Market: Key Players Some of the market participants in the global dual therapy stent market are OrbusNeich, ORBUSNEICH Medtronic plc, Alvimedica, B.Braun, Ostial Corporation and others.
The onset of superficial CVI occurs due to a vertical venous reflux caused by the ostial venous valve at the level of the saphenous-femoral junction, or due to a horizontal reflux triggered by the degradation of the ostial valves of the perforator veins that leads to venous reflux from the profound to the superficial venous network.
Fourteen of these patients had ostial and midshaft disease only while rest had involvement of distal left main stem with ostium of either LAD or LCx involved.
G: Left VA ostial stenosis revascularization post balloon mounted stenting.
A year after SAVR, he presented with chest pain, and coronary angiogram revealed an isolated ostial left main coronary artery (LMCA) stenosis [Figure 1]a.
[7] Potemkina DA [8] recognised the development of the Mullerian duct that depends on the presence of the Wolffian duct after noticing a simultaneous thickening of the side of the Wolffian duct before the ostial rudiment of the Mullerian duct appeared.
(1,2) Failure to adequately preserve the nasal and sinus mucosa during ESS has been associated with a number of complications that can result in treatment failure, such as adhesions, persistent crusting, osteoneogenesis, osteitis, postoperative chronic sinusitis, and ostial stenosis.
Diffuse thrombosis without atherosclerosis was seen throughout the left coronary arteries, including the left main artery, distal left anterior descending (LAD) artery, first diagonal branch of the LAD artery, ostial and proximal left circumflex (LCx) arteries, and first obtuse marginal (OM) branch of the LCx artery (FIGURE 2B).
Patients with bilateral ostial calcification that resulted in luminal narrowing were excluded as donors.
The rate of success was found to be 95% in ostial and 78% in nonostial lesions, with acceptable success of angioplasty in short term follow-up.
Este rio, de 167 km de longitud, nace en la Sierra Madre Occidental en el Estado de Durango y desemboca en el estero El Ostial, cerca de Villa Union, Municipio de Mazatlan.