sclerosant

scle·ro·sant

(sklē-rō'sănt),
An injectable irritant used to treat varices by producing thrombi in them.

sclerosant

/scle·ro·sant/ (sklĕ-ro´sant) sclerosing agent.

scle·ro·sant

(sklĕr-ō'sănt)
An injectable irritant used to treat varices by producing thrombi in them.

Sclerosant

An irritating solution that stops bleeding by hardening the blood or vein it is injected into.

sclerosant

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Sclerotherapy, a procedure that involves injecting a chemical called sclerosant into varicose veins, is a fast way to permanently improve the appearance of legs and other areas commonly afflicted with this condition.
Sclerotherapy utilizes a very fine needle to inject a solution, known as a sclerosant, into the varicose or "spider vein.
Asymptomatic lesions can be treated conservatively, but in the symptomatic setting surgical resection with thoracic duct ligation or cyst aspiration with sclerosant injection can be performed.
Endoscopic variceal ligation (EVL) leads to mechanical obliteration of oesophageal varices, and therefore ulcers after EVL should behave differently than sclerosant induced ulcers [4].
Sclerosant injections: These injections of 5 mg/mL polidocanol (sclerosing agent usually use to treat varicose veins) have been used to block target tendon blood flow, resulting in sclerosis in small blood vessels, sometimes termed "neovessels".
ClariVein(R) is a non-thermal approach that uses a mechanical rotating dispersion wire to mix and disperse a sclerosant on the vessel wall to cause ablation of a vein - for example, the great saphenous vein.
In FS the sclerosant is mixed with air or CO2 in a 1:3 or 1:4 ratio to form a mousse.
Ce faisant, le predicateur s'est par ricochet demarque d'un discours sclerosant et culpabilisant pour la femme, tentant de faire reposer aussi, dans une certaine mesure, la responsabilite du bonheur familial sur les epaules des hommes.
Treatment of mucoid cysts of fingers and toes by injection of sclerosant.