Angiotherapy | definition of angiotherapy by Medical dictionary
angiotherapy (an″jē-ō-ther′ă-pē) [ angio- + therapy]
Treatment applied directly into a catheterized blood vessel. Angiotherapy is used to dissolve thrombi within arteries or veins or to infuse drugs directly into the blood supply of a tumor.
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Only a handful of studies have examined the potential of using dietary compounds in combinations to combat angiogenesis, which is surprising considering their great potential as angiotherapy