devascularization

devascularization

 [de-vas″ku-ler-ĭ-za´shun]
interruption of circulation of blood to a part due to obstruction or destruction of blood vessels supplying it. See also ischemia.

de·vas·cu·lar·i·za·tion

(dē-vas'kyū-lăr-i-zā'shŭn),
Occlusion of all or most of the blood vessels to any part or organ.
[L. de, away, + vasculum, small vessel, + G. izo, to cause]

de·vas·cu·lar·i·za·tion

(dē-vas'kyū-lăr-ī-zā'shŭn)
Occlusion of all or most of the blood vessels to any part or organ.
[L. de, away, + vasculum, small vessel, + G. izo, to cause]
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These include: 1) progressive uterine devascularization, 2) uterine compression sutures, and 3) intrauterine balloon tamponade.
The goal of the operative treatment is to obtain anatomical alignment of the joint surface by providing enough stability to allow early movement this should be accomplished using techniques that minimize osseous and soft issue devascularization in the hopes of decreasing the complications resulting from treatment14.
Therefore, urologists should pay attention to the residual healthy kidney tissue and avoid its devascularization during renorrhaphy [9].
Retrospective Study to Compare Selective Decongestive Devascularization and Gastrosplenic Shunt versus Splenectomy with Pericardial Devascularization for the Treatment of Patients with Esophagogastric Varices Due to Cirrhotic Portal Hypertension.
At a formal laparotomy, a mature fistula tract was isolated by limited adhesiolysis to prevent devascularization of the tract, and it was dissected as close to the pancreas as possible, avoiding the immediate peri-pancreatic area (Figure 1).
The following interventions were performed: Bakri balloon tamponade in 50 patients, pelvic devascularization and compression suture in 105 patients, local uterine resection in 33 patients, and peripartum hysterectomy in 122 patients.
An overly aggressive approach to creating the bladder flap during hysterectomy and other surgeries can increase the risk of devascularization and the subsequent formation of fistulas.
Vascular flow of the gastric fundus after arterial devascularization: an experimental study.
Effect of muscle flap coverage on bone blood flow following devascularization of a segment of tibia: an experimental investigation in the dog.
All patients were subjected to splenectomy which was performed by laparotomy and associated with nonselective esophagogastric devascularization. During splenectomy, the Celsite Implantofix (B.
Adhesion formation might also be related to suture material, tissue devascularization, ischemia, infection, amount of manipulation, and the degree of aseptic technique.
The frequently reported complications of laparoscopic surgery generally arise due to failure to adequately suture myometrial defects, poor hemostasis with subsequent hematoma formation or excessive use of monopolar or bipolar electrosurgery, and hence devascularization of the myometrium, which can interfere with myometrial wound healing and increase the risk of rupture [6].