aortocoronary


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aortocoronary

 [a-or″to-kor´ŏ-nar-e]
pertaining to or communicating with the aorta and coronary arteries.

a·or·to·cor·o·nar·y

(ā-ōr'tō-kōr'ō-nār-ē),
Relating to the aorta and the coronary arteries.

aortocoronary

[ā·ôr′tōkôr′əner′ē]
Etymology: Gk, aeirein + L, corona, crown
pertaining to the aorta and coronary arteries.

a·or·to·cor·o·nar·y

(ā-ōr'tō-kōr'ŏ-nar-ē)
Relating to the aorta and the coronary arteries.

aortocoronary

pertaining to or communicating with the aorta and coronary arteries.
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1976) Aortocoronary bypass grafting in a child with coronary artery obstruction due to mucocutaneous lymphnode syndrome: report of a case.
The idea of continuous controlled warm perfusion at the time of proximal aortocoronary anastmosis was derived from perfusion assisted direct CABG used in off-pump CABG surgery.
Our study proved the fact that elevated CRP levels (well correlated with high cardiovascular risk) among depressive patients, with previous aortocoronary bypass, would indicate the necessity of a sustained treatment; this medical attitude diminished the occurrence of an acute cardiovascular event.
In the early 1960s, they were in the forefront of perfecting a technique of removing a peripheral vein and inserting it as an aortocoronary bypass on the heart .
A total of 19 of the 251 controls either had a positive cardiovascular history for angina pectoris according to the Rose questionnaire (25) or had documented cardiovascular events or procedures, such as myocardial infarction, aortocoronary bypass surgery, percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty, and/or coronary angiography or stroke.
Aortocoronary anastomosis was performed using a saphenous venous graft because of the ostial involvement of the subclavian and left internal mammary arteries (LIMA).
sevoflurane in ultra-fast-track anaesthesia for off-pump aortocoronary bypass grafting.
Oral L-arginine supplementation improves endothelial function and ameliorates insulin sensitivity and inflammation in cardiopathic nondiabetic patients after an aortocoronary bypass.
In many instances, the most proximal part of an occluded aortocoronary graft fills with contrast, creating a small, telltale out-pouching or "nubbin" from the ascending aorta, allowing a diagnosis (Figure 7).