thromboembolectomy


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throm·bo·em·bo·lec·to·my

(throm'bō-em'bō-lek'tŏ-mē),
Extraction of an embolic thrombus.
[thrombo- + G. embolos, embolus, + ektomē, excision]

thromboembolectomy

Surgical removal of an EMBOLUS that arose from a blood clot (thrombus) elsewhere in the circulation.
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Abdominal and vascular interventions Patients Mortality (h = 52) Necrotic bowel resection n = 14 n= 13 Thromboembolectomy n = 2 n = 1 Thromboembolectomy + bowel resection n = 3 n = 2 LTT + stent implantation n = 3 n = 1 LTT + bowel resection n = 3 n = 1 ltt n = 2 n = 1 NOMI (medical treatment) n= 12 n = 8 NOMI (medical treatment + bowel resection) n= 13 n = 8 n: number.
Management of non traumatic acute limb ischemia and predictors of outcome in 270 thromboembolectomy cases.
If imaging suggests an embolic mechanism for the stroke, techniques similar to stroke thrombolysis or thromboembolectomy may be used.
(6) The available options are thromboembolectomy and thrombolysis, but the limb salvage rate has been in the region of 27%.
Thromboembolectomy using Fogarty catheter is the classic surgical treatment of acute arterial occlusion.
Among them, lower extremity ischaemia developed in 12 (66.6%); thromboembolectomy in 3 (16.66%) and femoral artery repair in 2 (11.11%) were carried out as primary mode.
The thromboembolectomy was done and vessel repaired.