arterial embolization


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arterial embolization

1. Pathological migration of an embolus into an artery.
2.
Embolotherapy.
See also: embolization
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Puerperal pelvic hematoma successfully treated by primary transcatheter arterial embolization.
Arterial embolization is a major complication of fungal endocarditis, occurring most frequently in the lower limbs although cases of embolization occurring in the brain or major visceral organs have also been reported.
Radiation is used in inaccessible sites where no surgical options are available and selective arterial embolization is recommended as a procedure for lesions whose location or size makes other treatment modalities difficult or dangerous [3,12-17].
Lee, "The efficacy, safety and durability of selective renal arterial embolization in treating symptomatic and asymptomatic renal angiomyolipoma," Urology, vol.
For thyroid tumors, the route of dissemination from the thyroid to the spine is through the blood vessels, with venous spread or direct arterial embolization of the tumor cells (RAMADAN et al.
8) Selective arterial embolization is usually preserved for arterial priapism.
Eisai acquired the exclusive rights to develop and market DC Bead in Japan from Biocompatibles in July 2009 and received manufacturing and marketing authorization for the device from Japan's Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare in April 2013 for use in transcatheter arterial embolization (TAE) in patients with HCC.
Symptomatic fibroleiomyomata: MR imaging of the uterus before and after uterine arterial embolization.
Epistaxis in patients with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia treated with selective arterial embolization.
Pelvic arterial embolization for control of obstetric haemorrhage: a five-year experience.
Although the arterial embolization in mitral stenosis is frequent, coronary emboli is rare due to the origination of the coronary ostia just behind the cusps of aortic valve, angulations of the coronary arteries and high velocity of the flow in the proximal aorta.
Intestinal hemorrhage treated by transcatheter arterial embolization.