arterial embolization


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arterial embolization

1. Pathological migration of an embolus into an artery.
2.
Embolotherapy.
See also: embolization
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Louis Hospital, both in Lisbon, Portugal, received this year's award for his article, "Prostatic Arterial Embolization to Treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia.
Nonetheless, the success rate is high and the complication rate low with selective arterial embolization, and the extensive experience with this in pelvic trauma cases lends further credence to its use for postpartum hemorrhage.
The researchers will continue studies aimed at the reduction and elimination of complications, such as stomach ulcers, and expressed confidence that bariatric arterial embolization is very close to moving toward the clinical trial phase in the United States.
This large 225-patient study, in which 86 percent of the patients treated showed positive results illustrated that pelvic arterial embolization has the advantages of being a safe, rapid, economic and repeatable procedure-performed without general anesthesia," said Ji Hoon Shin, M.
After resuscitation, she was taken to the interventional radiology suite for emergent hepatic arterial embolization.
Symptomatic tumors >4 cm should be considered for treatment by trans catheter arterial embolization (TAE), enucleation, or partial nephrectomy.
The Company distributes the LC Bead(TM) (Biocompatibles, UK) product which is used in arterial embolization of hypervascular tumors and arteriovenous malformations and has U.
Preliminary Research Shows Potential Benefit of Combining Arterial Embolization with Doxorubicin Eluting Beads and Radiofrequency Ablation to Treat Primary Liver Cancer
Technologies discussed in this MedPro Month article, "Technological Advances in Interventional Radiology," include peripheral vascular stents, stent-grafts, radiofrequency ablation of tumor lesions, magnetic resonance imaging, 3-D ultrasound, tracking needles and catheters, mechanical thrombolysis, interventional neuroradiology and arterial embolization to destroy uterine fibroids, among others.
8) Selective arterial embolization is usually preserved for arterial priapism.
Core vascular-based procedures include catheter-directed treatment of peripheral arterial disease, dysfunctional hemodialysis access, vascular malformations, arterial bleeding, portal hypertension, veno-occlusive disorders, venous insufficiency, varicoceles and tumors (eg, arterial embolization, gene therapy), in addition to placement of temporary and permanent vascular access catheters.
Providing metal implants arterial embolization (coil type and free spiral) and catheter - Standard guides neuroradiology for all establishments of Public Assistance - Hospitals