recanalize

recanalize

(riːˈkænəˌlaɪz) or

recanalise

vb (tr)
to provide (an area, etc) with a canal or canals againto convert (a river, etc) into a canal againto form new channels or canals, such as blood vessels, that allow flow to be restored through a blocked tube or area in the body
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014-inch platform to recanalize one or more vessels using a luminal or subintimal approach.
Recanalization--Type II anatomic failure refers to veins that were initially confirmed to be occluded, but later recanalize, either partially or completely.
High-frequency mechanical vibration to recanalize chronic total occlusions after failure to cross with conventional guidewires, J Invasive Cardiol 18: 85-91.
Failure to recanalize was lower in the sono thrombolysis group (230 patients) (OR 0.
Thrombolytic therapy may recanalize occluded pulmonary arteries, but it may lyse floating thrombus into small fragments causing additional occlusion of patent pulmonary artery and exacerbation of pulmonary hypertension.
A retrospective study of 138 patients presenting < 3 hrs after MCA stroke onset demonstrated that IV thrombolysis has < 1% potential to recanalize occluded vessels if the thrombus length exceeds 8 mm.
In the study, patients diagnosed with AIS (as confirmed by radiographic assessment) were treated with the Solitaire FR device In order to reopen, or recanalize, the blocked blood vessels.
However, we learned that most arteries recanalize within one day after stroke, and we will need not more than 24 hours of hypothermia.
The objectives for thrombolytic therapy and/or emergent percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty are to recanalize occluded arteries and to reduce mortality.
4) Epithelialized tubules within the granuloma can bridge the gap between the cut ends and effectively recanalize the vas.
How to effectively recanalize the obstructed fallopian tube becomes an important clinical problem for the pregnancy again.