restenosis

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restenosis

 [re″stĕ-no´sis]
recurrent stenosis, especially of a cardiac valve or coronary artery after surgical correction of the primary condition.
false restenosis stenosis recurring after failure to divide either commissure of a cardiac valve beyond the area of incision of the papillary muscles.

re·ste·no·sis

(rē'ste-nō'sis),
Recurrence of stenosis after corrective surgery on the heart valve; narrowing of a structure (usually a coronary artery) following the removal or reduction of a previous narrowing.
[re-, + G. stenōsis, a narrowing]

restenosis

/re·ste·no·sis/ (re″stĕ-no´sis) recurrent stenosis, especially of a cardiac valve after surgical correction of the primary condition.restenot´ic

restenosis

Cardiology The reocclusion of an artery or lumen after otherwise adequate therapy, which may occur in a mitral valve after replacement or valvoplasty, or in a coronary artery after CABG, PCTA, or stenting. See Atherosclerosis, CABG, In-stent restenosis.

re·ste·no·sis

(rē'stĕ-nō'sis)
Recurrence of stenosis after corrective surgery on the heart valve; narrowing of a structure (usually a coronary artery) following the removal or reduction of a previous narrowing.
[re-, + G. stenōsis, a narrowing]

restenosis

Relapse to the narrowed state, as may happen in a coronary artery following successful widening by balloon angioplasty. Stenting is commonly used to prevent restenosis.

Restenosis

The narrowing of a blood vessel after it has been opened, usually by balloon angioplasty.
Mentioned in: Coronary Stenting

restenosis

recurrence of vascular stenosis subsequent to corrective angioplasty

restenosis

recurrent stenosis, especially of a cardiac valve after surgical correction of the primary condition.