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Calcified

Hardened by calcium deposits.
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Chambers presented "Orbital Atherectomy Treatment of Severely Calcified Coronary Lesions: Two Year Results of the ORBIT II Trial and Long-Term Economic Analysis," on Thursday, May 7, at 11:30 a.
CONFIRM Series I & II: Treatment Outcome of Nearly 2,000 Patients with Calcified Peripheral Arteries Treated with Two Designs of the Orbital PAD System
Martin, CSI president and chief executive officer, said, "Our goal is to provide top-quality, cost effective, treatment options for clinicians who treat patients with calcified lesions.
Currently, there are no products approved in the United States for the treatment of calcified lesions in the peripheral vasculature.
Dattilo noted, "At 12 months, data from COMPLIANCE 360x shows outcomes, treating calcified lesions above-the-knee, consistent with other available data regarding the efficacy of this therapy.
Their research established that the blood-borne Nanobacteria forms slow-growing calcified colonies in arteries and organs.
Histopathology confirmed that the tumor was an adenocarcinoma arising in a long-standing calcified pleomorphic adenoma, and there was evidence of invasion of the adjacent pterygoid muscles.
The expanded indication of these devices offers interventionalists a safer option for dealing with severely calcified lesions.
Radio-logic studies may suggest the diagnosis if scalloped nodular calcified opacities are seen in the submucosa.
The surgeon can easily adapt it to approximate the contours of a small, irregular or calcified annulus.
CSI) (Nasdaq: CSII) today announced new medical diagnosis and procedure codes for severely calcified coronary arteries.