transseptal

transseptal

 [trans-sep´tal]
extending or performed through or across a septum.

trans·sep·tal

(trans-sep'tăl),
Across or through a septum; on the other side of a septum.

transseptal

/trans·sep·tal/ (trans-sep´tal) extending or performed through or across a septum.

transseptal

(trăns-sĕp′tăl) [″ + saeptum, partition]
Across a septum.
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Accesses have been proposed to deliver mitral valve prosthesis including transapical, transseptal, and transatrial.
Preliminary comparison of the endoscopic transnasal vs the sublabial transseptal approach for clinically nonfunctioning pituitary macroadenomas.
The Companys device is the only TMVR device originally designed for a fully transseptal percutaneous approach to treat the condition.
Mitral valve operation via an extended transseptal approach.
To visualize and manage the complete posterior compartment of the knee joint, a posterior transseptal portal was established, as described by Ahn et al.
Jude) is then placed in the right atrium to aid in performing transseptal puncture, guiding catheter location and monitoring for any cardiac complications.
Standard pacemaker lead position and thus stimulation from right ventricle apex (RVA) is characterized by prolonging transseptal and intraventricular impulse conduction with QRS at least twice longer than the normal duration [1].
It is also developing a transfemoral transseptal replacement system for the mitral valve.
Endocardial LAA closure devices are implanted through a transseptal approach under TEE technique.
A good moment to obtain contrast-enhanced X-ray images is after the transseptal puncture, in particular if physicians use contrast injections to verify puncture success [9].
To access the popliteal cyst, a transseptal portal was made after creating posteromedial and posterolateral portals using our technique [3].
Via a right atriotomy and transseptal approach, the rheumatic stenotic mitral valve leaflets were excised and a 29 mechanical bileaflet ST Jude valve (St.