dearterialization

dearterialization

[dē′ärtir′ē·əlīzā′shən]
1 conversion of oxygenated arterial blood into venous blood.
2 interruption of the supply of arterial blood to an organ or body part.

de·ar·te·ri·al·i·za·tion

(dē'ahr-tēr'ē-ăl-ī-zā'shŭn)
Changing the character of arterial blood to that of venous blood; i.e., deoxygenation of blood.

dearterialization

(dē″ăr′tēr″ē-ăl-ī-zā′shŭn) [L. de, from, + Gr. arteria, artery]
Changing of arterial into venous blood; deoxygenation.

dearterialization (dēˈ·ar·tiˑ·rē·ul·ī·zā·shn),

n 1. the process of turning arterial blood (which is oxygenated) into venous blood.
2. disruption of the arterial blood supply to an organ.
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KEY WORDS: Hemorrhoid, Transanal hemorrhoidal dearterialization, Doppler transducer, Ligation under vision.
first described the Doppler guided Transanal Hemorrhoidal Dearterialization (THD) procedure, it has gained acceptance as a popular non-excisional hemorrhoidectomy operation.
Transanal hemorrhoidal dearterialization is an alternative to operative hemorrhoidectomy.
Transanal Hemorrhoid Dearterialization (THD) and mucopexy is the newest addition to a surgeon's repertoire.
In order to minimize complications and postoperative pain, several less invasive procedures have been described and two of them are reported with promising results: PPH/stapled hemorrhoidopexy and Transanal Hemorrhoid Dearterialization (THD)/Doplerguided hemorrhoidal artery ligation (DGHAL).
9] and surgical procedures like over sewing/ligation of varices, duodenal dearterialization and stapling, duodenectomy or gastroduodenectomy.
Duodenal dearterialization and stapling for severe hemorrhage from duodenal varices with portal vein thrombosis.
Contract award: supply of medical devices with provision of a doppler generator for the surgical treatment of hemorrhoids dearterialization doppler guided, directed in the service of visceral surgery.
NEW ORLEANS -- Transanal hemorrhoidal dearterialization gets patients back to their normal activities faster than does the procedure for prolapse and hemorrhoids, and appears to be associated with fewer serious complications, Dr.
And although dearterialization is slightly more expensive than stapled hemorrhoidopexy (SH)--about $150--the fact that most patients return to work within 4 days may actually make the procedure cheaper overall, said Dr.
Contract notice: Supply of medical devices with provision of a doppler generator for the surgical treatment of hemorrhoids dearterialization doppler guided performed in the service of visceral surgery.