reocclusion

reocclusion

(rē′ŏ-kloo″zhŭn)
Closure of a structure (e.g., a blood vessel) that had been previously stenosed and then unclogged by mechanical dilation or the use of medications.
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23] As for partial recanalization, large artery sclerosis before onset might lead to long-term hypoxemic state in the supplied area, which could cause cumulative damage to neurovascular unit, or the perfusion of the supplied area was vulnerable to hypoperfusion and reocclusion.
The salpingography of the unpregnant women showed that three cases had reocclusion and the re-occlusion rate was 5.
m Strict follow-up should be emphasized because it carries a high risk of reocclusion leading to recurrence of symptoms.
It is a well-known fact and is being recognised by most emerging sinus surgeons that microdebrider provides bloodless surgical field, decreases intra-operative time and is associated with lesser crusting, synechiae and ostial reocclusion.
Moreover, it has been postulated that when ischemic tissues are reperfused straight away, abrupt reperfusion flow washes out endogenous protective substances, while a slower and more controlled reperfusion with the short series of repetitive cycles of reperfusion and reocclusion maintains protective substances inside the liver parenchyma for longer.
The characteristics of an ideal thrombolytic medication include "fibrin specificity, good patency, low or no reocclusion rate and systemic bleeding, resistant to plasminogen activator inhibitors, non-antigenic, and cost-effective" (Kumar et al.
successful reperfusion and had no evidence of reocclusion within the
Another documented observation is the reocclusion of coronary arteries after successful reperfusion therapy in up to 12.
Repeat laparoscopy was successful in three cases with reocclusion duration ranged from five to seven months.
pass an angioplasty or balloon catheter over the guidewire and expand to allow reperfusion and perhaps install a stent to prevent reocclusion, and 5.
H because the negative effects of hypotension for a post-open heart surgery patient included reocclusion of vessels, arrhythmias, or even death.