isthmic


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Related to isthmic: Isthmic spondylolysis

isth·mic

, isthmian (is'mik, is'mē-ăn),
Denoting an anatomical isthmus.

isth·mic

, isthmian (is'mik, is'mē-ăn)
Denoting an anatomic isthmus.
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CHICAGO -- The first long-term, randomized study comparing lumbar fusion surgery with conservative treatment has shown a modest improvement following surgery for patients with lumbar isthmic spondylolisthesis, compared with a 1-year exercise program.
The Pomeroy technique involves ligating the isthmic portion of the tube with a 2-0 plain gut suture and resecting the knuckled portion.
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isthmic spondylolisthesis or degenerative spondylolisthesis greater than grade 1 (on a scale of 1 to 4).
Introduced a new technique for Laparoscopic Tubo-Tubal Anastomosis at Isthmic End, presented at "Endo-Surge 2003" and organized by IAGE.
FGFR1 is independently required in both developing midand hindbrain for sustained response to isthmic signals.
When considering the operative treatment of low grade adult isthmic spondylolisthesis, it has been accepted that the main goal of surgical correction is to provide spinal stabilization, neural decompression, and deformity correction.
Ectopic pregnancy most commonly occurs in the fallopian tube with 90% to 95% occurring in the ampullary or isthmic portions (Figure 1).
Indications for endovascular repair were degenerative aneurysm in 45, degenerative aneurysm and penetrating ulcer in 2, only penetrating ulcer in 1, traumatic thoracic isthmic transsection in 4 and vasculitic aneurysm secondary to Behcet's disease in 2 patients.
Isthmic spondylolysis, which refers to a stress fracture of the pars interarticularis, is the most common of the five types to present symptomatically, having a reported incidence of 3% to 6% in the general population.
Posterior lumbar interbody fusion versus posterolateral fusion in adult isthmic spondylolisthesis.