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appose

verb To juxtapose; place or position one thing next to another.

appose

Medtalk verb To contact, juxtapose
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He added, "The 718 Delivery System gives physicians control, enabling them to visually confirm the stent's location and, if necessary, reposition and appose it again prior to deployment.
The Controlled Expansion delivery system enables physicians to visually confirm the stent's location before it is deployed, enabling them to reposition and appose it again and then deploy.
He added, "The Controlled Expansion delivery system still enables physicians to visually confirm the stent's location before it is deployed, enabling them to reposition and appose it again and then deploy.
With Controlled Expansion, physicians can now deliver the stent to the target area, fully appose the entire stent against the lumen wall, and then visually confirm its location before it is deployed.
Controlled Expansion delivery gives physicians the option to deliver the stent to the target area, fully appose the entire stent against the vessel wall and then visually confirm its location before it is deployed.
It has a flexible, self expanding design intended to take the shape of the patient's unique vessel anatomy and apposes to the irregular contours of a blood vessel.
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