endograft

en·do·graft

(en-dō'graft),
1. To place a graft using endoscopic methods.
2. A graft introduced using endoscopic methods.
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The proximal fixation of an endograft is one of the most critical considerations in the repair.
Now that the first thoracic-aorta endograft is on the United States market, a revolution has begun in managing thoracic-aorta aneurysms and dissections.
The endograft procedure was performed on June 27, 2001, and now, three years later, I'm in great shape.
The endograft is expanded in place, and blood flow is redirected through it, sealing off the tear.
Aneurysm-related reinterventions occurred in two patients (5%): one endograft limb stenosis and one type II endoleak.
Medtronic, Cook, Gore, Endologix and Terumo, the the top five leading aortic endograft companies, are not present in all anatomical segments of the market or in all geographical locations.
Aneurysms can be repaired through open surgery or less invasively with endograft repair using a stent graft otherwise known as an endograft.
A retrospective review of 27 patients who underwent endovascular repair of thoracic aneurysms and of other thoracic aortic pathology with the thoracic aortic endograft (Gore Medical, Flagstaff, AZ) from June 2005 to July 2007 was performed.
Its Makrolon polycarbonate and Lustran acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene (ABS) resins are being used in the manufacture of the Ancure Endograft System, a new grafting device for repairing the aorta, reportedly approved for use in late 1999.
The trial also is examining the control and trial groups in endograft (stent that is placed inside a blood vessel to prevent rupture of an aneurysm) placement, including adjunctive procedures associated with initial surgery and overall blood loss.
Included in this agreement is technology that was jointly developed between Angiotech and UBC for a next-generation stent endograft program designed to treat abdominal aortic aneurysms (AAA).