coronary vessels


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coronary vessels

the arteries and veins supplying the muscles of the heart.
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This will open the second regional center for the treatment of patients with cardiovascular pathology, applying high-tech methods of treatment, namely: stenting of the coronary vessels, vessels of the lower limbs; operative treatment of cerebral vascular pathology.
Since his visit to the UK, Dar had undergone various medical tests, from which it was established that he had issues with one of the coronary vessels, which for the time being is being treated with strong medication to avoid surgical intervention.
As the heart beats faster and harder, the coronary vessels open up and supply the additional blood flow that is required to feed the heart's increased demand.
I have issues with one of the coronary vessels [and have also been ] experiencing progressive neck pain,' he said.
Use of Drug Eluting Stents via radial or femoral routes in all patients from both genders of any age, stent size, stent diameter and stented coronary vessels was documented on a specified proforma.
Coronary territories of the occluded coronary vessels are usually supplied by collateral circulation.
With integration of centreline extraction and segmentation the coronary vessels are extracted in each slice based on the provided centreline coordinates.
Serum ICAM levels were seen to rise significantly with increasing number of coronary vessels affected with p value less than 0.
There is limited data on frequency and distribution of occluded coronary vessels in NSTEMI14 and whether there is any difference in outcome of NSTEMI patients with OCA on angiography compared to those NSTEMI patients with non-OCA.
This package is expected to increase the uptake of the Absorb BVS system, as it addresses clinical concerns surrounding the delivery of its device to occluded coronary vessels.
The major coronary vessels included the left main (LM), left anterior descending artery (LAD), left circumflex artery (LCX), and right coronary artery (RCA).
Choice of the follow-up, functional test for patients with stable chest pain who show at least 50% stenosis in at least one segment of their coronary vessels on CT primarily depends on other considerations, such as local experience using the various functional-imaging methods as well as how long a patient might need to wait until the stress test is done, Dr.