recanalization


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recanalization

 [re-kan″ә-lĭ-za´shun]
formation of new canals or paths, especially blood vessels, through an obstruction such as a clot; called also canalization.

re·ca·nal·i·za·tion

(rē-ka'năl-i-zā'shŭn),
1. Restoration of a lumen in a blood vessel following thrombotic occlusion, by organization of the thrombus with formation of new channels.
2. Spontaneous restoration of the continuity of the lumen of any occluded duct or tube, as with postvasectomy recanalization.

re·ca·nal·i·za·tion

(rē-kan'ăl-ī-zā'shŭn)
1. Restoration of a lumen in a blood vessel following thrombotic occlusion, by organization of the thrombus with formation of new channels.
2. Spontaneous restoration of the continuity of the lumen of any occluded duct or tube, as with postvasectomy recanalization.
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Between June 2015 and July 2018, 441 patients underwent endovascular recanalization due to lower limb peripheral arterial disease at our center.
The recanalization of CTO has long term effect on global and regional left ventricular function in patients of angina pectoris.
The increasing number of endovascular disorder and infertility cases worldwide have been prompting the need for viable treatments, which is further propelling the adoption of recanalization systems by healthcare professionals.
The success of the EVLA procedure depends upon the infliction of sufficient irreversible vein wall destruction, which will in turn lead to contraction and subsequent fibrosis of the treated vein, instead of thrombosis which may give way to recanalization and thereby case treatment failure.
[USA], Oct 19 ( ANI ): A recent study found that a wide range of both IV thrombolysis (IVT) and mechanical thrombectomy (MT) rates in ischemic stroke patients, who smoke marijuana, indicates the need for further improvement of access to acute recanalization therapies in many regions.
Noncirrhotic complete obliterative portal vein thrombosis: Novel management using trans-splenic transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt with portal vein recanalization. Hepatology.
Mechanical thrombectomy (Figure 1b) using a 4 mm x 15 mm Solitaire stent retriever (Medtronic, Irvine, CA) and a Cello balloon occlusion catheter (Medtronic) resulted in complete vessel recanalization. Her neurological status dramatically improved on the angiography table.
The main goal of the treatment of patients with AIS is recanalization of the previously occluded artery, but sometimes, even despite treatment, patients do not have a favorable outcome.
His areas of expertise include, Laparoscopic Oncosurgery, Tubal recanalization, Laparoscopic surgery, and pelvic floor repair.
Recanalization degrees were defined using a cerebral infarction grading system, the thrombolysis in cerebral infarction (TICI) scale; grade 0 = no recanalization, grade 1 and 2a = partial recanalization, and grade 2b and 3 = fully recanalization.
This early recovery is considered to be an indicator of arterial recanalization, and early reperfusion of brain tissue, and previously, the relationship between successful recanalization and early recovery has been demonstrated by transcranial Doppler studies (12, 13).