venous occlusion


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venous occlusion

the blocking of venous return. It occurs naturally in the penis during an erection or it may be induced artificially in a part, such as in the arm, during venous occlusion plethysmography.
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Now we're on the horizon of a very exciting time with many novel drugs to potentially treat MD, diabetic retinopathy, and venous occlusions.
Fibrinolysis in hypertriglyceridaemic subjects in response to venous occlusion.
Symptomatic venous occlusion is rare and generally presents as unilateral arm edema or superior vena cava syndrome (2, 7).
5) Access for venous occlusion is usually obtained via the femoral or jugular veins, although a transtorcular approach can also be used.
Metabolic changes following reduced blood flow and/or venous occlusion may play a role in increased muscle activation.
Non-traumatic vascular emergencies: imaging and intervention in acute venous occlusion.
In the OT IV cannulation was performed following manual venous occlusion by an experienced anaesthesiologist using an 18 gauge cannula (Poly Medicure Ltd, India) and fixed in place by a transparent dressing (Tegaderm[TM], 3M Health Care, Neuss, Germany).
Promising results have also been reported for RFA coupled with temporary venous occlusion.
Research shows that, in people with a venous occlusion in one eye, an underlying systemic abnormality (such as hypertension) increases the risk of developing a CRVO in the other eye.
The prospective single-center feasibility study will evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the Surfacer in up to 10 patients with upper extremity venous occlusion (or blockage in the vein).