peripheral aneurysm

pe·riph·er·al an·eu·rysm

1. a saclike aneurysm springing from one side of an artery;
2. an aneurysm of one of the smaller branches of an artery.
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Dedicated flow diverting devices for eliminating cerebral aneurysms from circulation without the need for coils have already been cleared for marketing in Europe since mid-2008 and dedicated flow modulating devices for peripheral aneurysm repair entered the European market in 2009.
Endovascular Peripheral Aneurysm Repair Device Market
Package 6: Covered stents to supply peripheral aneurysms.
Arterio-embolic sources are less common and include aortic aneurysms, complicated aortic plaque disease, adherent aortic thrombus, peripheral aneurysms (iliac, femoral, and popliteal), and complicated peripheral arterial plaque disease.
Despite the clinical associations that have been observed between AAAs and peripheral aneurysms and thoracic aneurysms, screening for other common aneurysms continues to be controversial," Dr.
Popliteal aneurysms and other peripheral aneurysms (Society for Vascular Surgery)
Consider a screening abdominal sonogram for men >60 years old; first-degree relatives; and those with systemic hypertension, a history of smoking, peripheral vascular disease, and other peripheral aneurysms (12).
MinTec, headquartered in Freeport, Bahamas, has been pioneering the development of endovascular stent grafts for the repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms, peripheral aneurysms and peripheral vascular occlusive disease.
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