skiascopy


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ski·as·co·py

 (skī-ăs′kə-pē)
n. pl. ski·as·co·pies

[Greek skiā, shadow + -scopy.]

skiascopy

(skaɪˈæskəpɪ)
n
(Medicine) med another name for retinoscopy
Translations
skiascopie
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Study population (men, women) 147 subjects (93 men, 54 women) Age (median) 69 years (29-96 years) All ALI1 cases treated with Rotarex 147 cases 100% Used as first-line treatment 120 cases 82% Used as bailout after ineffective 27 cases 18% aspiration or thrombolysis Suprainguinal occlusions 7 cases 5% Infrainguinal occlusions 140 cases 95% 6F device used 89 cases 60% 8F device used 58 cases 40% Procedural time (median) 1 hour 10 minutes Contrast amount (average) 142 ml/procedure Skiascopy time (average) 20.8 minutes Abbreviation: 1 ALI, acute limb ischemia.
Refraction values were determined by autorefractometer (Topcon KR-8100) or skiascopy 45 minutes after instilling cyclopentolate hydrochloride (Sikloplejin 1%, Abdi ibrahim Ilac San.