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occluded

[əklo̅o̅′did]
Etymology: L, occludere, to close up
closed, plugged, or obstructed.
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Conclusion: Totally occluded coronary vessel is a frequent finding in non-ST elevation myocardial infarction, highlighting the need for angiography and re-vascularisation to salvage at-risk myocardium in selected patients.
The study defined low as "slight occlusion," medium as "significant part is occluded," and high as "many parts missing or 75% occluded.
8 In the case of a trifurcation, the stump of an occluded M2 segment may be easily recognized as an aneurysm located at the MCA bifurcation on the basis of the imaging findings.
Occluded images can often be encountered in industry inspection, robotics application, astronomy monitoring, environment science, medical science and other fields.
In a long-term study, the middle cerebral artery of test rodents was occluded for 90 minutes, and animals were allowed to recover for 28 days.
Pressure measurements in the normal and occluded rabbit maxillary sinus.
was among those to use the Peripheral Rinspiration System to re-establish flow in a patient case with an occluded Superficial Femoral Artery (SFA).
Stegmann's landmark studies in which no-option heart patients received injections of human fibroblast growth factor established what he had suspected, "that we could grow new blood vessels that could re-direct blood flow around occluded arteries in the heart.
president and chief executive officer of ImaRx Therapeutics, said, "We believe our portfolio of clot busting product candidates has the potential to dramatically improve the treatment and outlook of stroke victims and those suffering from occluded catheters and peripheral vascular disease.
Oxycyte has already proven safe in human clinical trials and, as a PFC emulsion with an extremely small average droplet size, it may be able to oxygenate tissues with narrow or occluded capillaries, such as those that occur in brain injury.
The device, consisting of a thin, titanium wire that is placed into an occluded graft, artery or vein, delivers low power, acoustic energy to ablate blood clots into minute particles approximately the size of red blood cells.
To treat patients who have blood vessels partially or fully occluded (blocked) with plaque buildup on the vessel walls, surgeons will often utilize a small wire mesh tube known as a stent to prop open the target vein or artery.