Geographic Miss

An injured or diseased coronary segment not covered by the treatment zone of sirolimus-eluting stents
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Radiotherapy plans were applied to CIV RTOG to assess the incidence and location of a "geographic miss" for sites of EPE and positive margins.
He also talked about impact of respiratory motion on IMRT, it follows the tumour and spares the healthy tissue targeting the tumors, avoids geographic miss. He then talked about esophageal carcinoma, recurrence of cholangio carcinoma and advances in radiotherapy delivery.
Not only would this be a geographic miss, but the patient also would experience a great deal of short-term toxicity.
These complex lesions are often characterized by challenging anatomy that makes catheter delivery difficult, balloon slippage leading to "geographic miss," elastic recoil and the need to use high pressures.
Treatment of these lesions can be complicated by challenging anatomy that makes catheter delivery difficult, balloon slippage leading to "geographic miss", elastic recoil and the need to use high pressures to open lesions.
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