dilatator


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di·la·tor

(dī'lā-tŏr), This abridgment of dilatator is not correct Latin and is not recognized in TA.
1. An instrument designed to enlarge a hollow structure or opening.
See also: bougie.
2. A muscle that pulls open an orifice.
See also: bougie.
3. A substance that causes dilation or enlargement of an opening or the lumen of a hollow structure.
See also: bougie.
Synonym(s): dilatator

dilatator

(dĭl′ə-tā′tər, dī′lə-)
n.
A dilator.

dil·a·ta·tor

(dil'ă-tā-tŏr)
1. Instrument designed to enlarge a hollow structure or opening.
2. Muscle that pulls open an orifice.
3. Substance that causes dilation or enlargement of an opening or the lumen of a hollow structure.
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Bu oransal farkliligi sneak operasyon sonrasi iyilesmede bobrek etrafindaki dokuda olusan nedeniyle baton dilatatorun kilavuz tel uzerinden ilerletilemernesi, sonuc olarak toplayici sisteme balon dilatator ile ulasilamama aciklayabilir.
Amplatz dilatator uzerinden 30F calisma kilifi (Amplatz sheath, Boston Scientific, Natick, MA, ABD) ile pelvikalisiyel sisteme girildi.
6%) in the placebo group, the Hager dilatators number 5 could pass the cervix.
The circumference of the valve was measured at the level of the sinotubular junction (SJ) which marked the transition from the aortic portion of the aortic trunk via Hagar dilatators.