devascularization

devascularization

 [de-vas″ku-ler-ĭ-za´shun]
interruption of circulation of blood to a part due to obstruction or destruction of blood vessels supplying it. See also ischemia.

de·vas·cu·lar·i·za·tion

(dē-vas'kyū-lăr-i-zā'shŭn),
Occlusion of all or most of the blood vessels to any part or organ.
[L. de, away, + vasculum, small vessel, + G. izo, to cause]

devascularization

/de·vas·cu·lar·iza·tion/ (de-vas″ku-ler-ĭ-za´shun) interruption of circulation of blood to a part due to obstruction of blood vessels supplying it.

devascularization

[dēvas′kyəler′īzā′shən]
Etymology: L, de, from, vasculum, small vessel
the drawing away of blood from a body part or the stoppage of blood flow to it or the traumatic disruption of vascular supply to an organ.

de·vas·cu·lar·i·za·tion

(dē-vas'kyū-lăr-ī-zā'shŭn)
Occlusion of all or most of the blood vessels to any part or organ.
[L. de, away, + vasculum, small vessel, + G. izo, to cause]

devascularization

occlusion of all or most blood vessels within an area of tissue

devascularization

interruption of circulation of blood to a part due to obstruction or destruction of blood vessels supplying it.
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Factors which favour stoma over primary repair are: greater than 8 hours delay, more than 4 blood transfusions, high energy wounds, extensive devascularization and polytrauma16.
5 Partial occlusion of the renal artery 4 Flugsrud, 2005 (21) 40 M Total occlusion of the left renal artery 5 Hsu, 2006 (24) 2 F Complete occlusion of the main right renal artery 6 Guillen, 2007 (27) A pediatric Intimal lesion and complete patient devascularization of the kidney (2-17 yrs) (side not mentioned) 7 Breyer, 2008 (28) 43 F Occlusion of the right renal artery 8 Civy, 2008 (29) 17 M Bilateral renal artery dissection; more severe on the left side with subtotal occlusion 9 Kushimoto, 2011 (34) 34 M Total occlusion of the right renal artery 10 Lopera, 2011 (3) 21 F Renal artery occlusion (side not mentioned) 11 Lopera, 2011 (3) 23 F Renal artery occlusion (side not mentioned) 12 Abu-Gazala , 2013 (39) 4.
Upper gastrointestinal bleeding from gastric submucosal arterial collaterals secondary to spleni artery occlusion; treatment by splenectomy and partial gastric devascularization.
A novel technique of selective uterine devascularization before myomectomy at the time of cesarean section: a pilot study.
Uses of good uterotonic agents and special surgical procedures such as step-wise devascularization and the B-Lynch technique have contributed to lowering the incidence of atonic PPH as the cause of obstetric hysterectomy.
The main cause of temporary hypoparathyroidism may be devascularization of parathyroid glands during dissection.
However, due to severe shortage of donor livers, splenectomy and pericardial devascularization were still the primary method for the patients with cirrhosis and portal hypertension to alleviate thrombocytopenia and reduce the risk of gastrointestinal hemorrhage in some countries such as China.
A similar phenomenon is believed to occur in ureters, causing ureteral devascularization in patients subjected to the same interventions [7, 8].
Moreover, this obliteration may be a direct outcome of surgical endometrial lesions of a gravid uterus such as uterine curettage, placental products depletion in the postpartum period, cesarean section or uterine devascularization in cases of severe postpartum hemorrhage (2-4).
A comparison of the effects of skin coverage and muscle flap coverage on the early strength of union at the site of osteotomy after devascularization of a segment of canine tibia.
A transient or permanent hypo-Parathyroidism occurs after accidental devascularization of the parathyroid glands during the ligation of the thyroid gland vessels or less commonly by the removal of the parathyroid glands 10.
This approach can achieve uterine devascularization and significantly reduce the amount of bleeding through applying tourniquet.