transantral

transantral

/trans·an·tral/ (-an´tr'l) performed across or through an antrum.
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Outcomes were documented by observers who were able to visualize the natural opening through a transantral endoscope placed in a second opening via the canine fossa.
Transantral, Endoscopically Guided Balloon Dilation of the Ostiomeatal Complex for Chronic Rhinosinusitis Under Local Anesthesia, Am.
Scanes Spicer's name never gained association with the similar procedure that his colleagues in the United States and France described) involved a sublabial transantral approach to the maxillary sinus, with trephination of the sinus through the antrum near the canine fossa.
A prospective, multicenter research study is under way to demonstrate long-term improvement in chronic rhinosinusitis symptoms after transantral balloon dilation of the ethmoid infundibulum.
Technique selection for orbital decompression: Combined endoscopic and transconjunctival versus combined endoscopic and transantral approach
One Year Results: Transantral balloon dilation of the ethmoid infundibulum" ENT Journal February 2010 Volume 89, Number 2.
We conducted a cadaver study to determine the ease of use and functionality of a flexible endoscope holder in the visualization and repair of orbital floor fractures via a transantral approach.
How I do it: Transantral endoscopic removal of maxillary sinus foreign body.
The various steps include anterior and posterior nasal packing, direct cauterization, external carotid artery ligation, selective maxillary artery embolization, transantral maxillary artery ligation, anterior ethmoid artery ligation, and septoplasty.
Endoscopic transnasal antrochoanal polypectomy: An alternative to the transantral approach.
Her lesion was excised via a transantral anterior approach.
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