trans-septal

trans-septal

extending or performed through or across a septum.
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Trans-septal matrix sutures were applied for approximation and stabilization of the mucosal flap.
2 To avoid the external incision, Harvey Cushing modified it and described the sub-labial trans-septal trans-sphenoidal approach.
Kon and Associates reported that a good exposure of the mitral valve and its subvalvular apparatus was obtained by superior trans-septal approach.
Because of the localization of cysts in the posterior part of the knee in some patients, additional posteromedial, posterolateral and posterior trans-septal arthroscopic portals were required.
Caissons device is unique, being the only TMVR product designed solely for trans-septal approach and delivered through a single venous access.
Trans-septal catheterization in the electrophysiology laboratory: Data from a multicenter survey spanning 12 years.
The right border of the spine was used as a landmark for trans-septal puncture with a site midway between pigtail catheter and spine (Fig 3 and 4).
Conclusion: Trans-septal approach is safe and is well approachable for far lateral pathways ablation.
It is permanently placed just distal to the ostium of the left atrial appendage in a percutaneous procedure using a trans-septal approach.
Bill used to sharpen the needles used for trans-septal puncture, was instrumental in setting up the system for re-sterilising pacemakers and found some way to fix most items of equipment if they broke down.
Entre los anos 2001-2004 en el hospital Carlos Van Buren de la ciudad de Valparaiso-Chile se han realizado 61 abordajes a la region sellar por diferentes vias que incluyen la transcraneal, transfacial, transnasal y trans-septal.
4) Finally, to close the incision, a trans-septal mattress suture must be placed correctly beneath the graft to prevent mucosal webbing of the nasal septal angle.