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6,988 Possible Causes for Approach, Artery,, Endoscopic, Percutaneous, Release, Splenic

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  • Laceration

    Abstract Valve complications following coronary angiography and percutaneous coronary interventions are rare.[] KEYWORDS: common carotid artery laceration; innominate artery pseudo-aneurysm; percutaneous dilatational tracheostomy [Indexed for MEDLINE] Free full text[] […] epiphora owing to canalicular block after primary repair and asymmetry of the medial canthus owing to scar contracture or malposition of lacrimal punctum are present, scar release[] The objective of this review was to provide an evidence-based, systematic, operative and nonoperative approach to the management of isolated and complex forearm lacerations[] DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS: Duodenal, hepatic, or splenic contusion or laceration; hemorrhagic ovarian cyst.[] Abstract Endoscopic variceal obturation of gastric varices with tissue glue is considered the first choice for management of gastric varices, and is usually safe and effective[]

  • Salmonella Enteritidis

    Although the patient underwent percutaneous transhepatic abscess drainage and antibiotic therapy, he died one month later.[] […] the right coronary artery, as well as an occluded vein graft to the diagonal.[] In order to prevent further spread of disease, public advice was released immediately after the first epidemiological indication and a warning sign was placed at the incriminated[] This approach has potential for use in future investigations.[] Abstract We report the case of an immunocompetent traveler returning from Morocco who presented with a giant splenic abscess, revealing an infection by Salmonella enterica[] KEYWORDS: Decontamination; Endoscope; Salmonella[]

  • Myelopathy

    This report describes complete decompression with the percutaneous endoscopic technique for patients with thoracic ossification of the ligamentum flavum (OLF).[] We present a case where progressive severe spastic paraparesis due to HM was substantially reversed with partial splenic artery emobilization (PSAE).[] I would encourage you, by whatever style of bodywork and massage is your training base, to release the tension and enhance the fascial ease of the SCMs, the scalenes, the[] Complementary surgery via a thoracoscopic approach was performed in the 6 cases of calcified hernia.[] After the dura was opened, the arterialized vein was visualized and clipped.[] These lymphocytes release chemicals called cytokines, which not only kill the infected cells but can also cause damage to the nerves.[]

  • Arterial Thrombosis

    The patient survived after an additional percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) and intra-aortic balloon pump assistance.[] artery duplication has been described to date.[] These are as a result of an uncontrolled release of catecholamines.[] Blood 2010 116:2201-2202; doi: Most antithrombotic approaches target prevention rather than the more clinically relevant issue of resolution of an existing thrombus.[] In contrast, coiling of the splenic artery is a common procedure employed in the treatment of hypersplenism, otherwise known as the 'splenic artery steal syndrome,' in patients[] BACKGROUND: Percutaneous mechanical thrombectomy is commonly used to treat acute thrombotic syndromes.[]

  • Gastric Varices

    We were able to control a case of isolated gastric varices with a GPS by percutaneous transhepatic obliteration (PTO) using a microcatheter.[] The patient was diagnosed with gastric varices according to angiographic findings of splenic vein occlusion, and splenic arterial embolization was performed.[] The patient remained well throughout this time, and was released with no major sequelae.[] […] effect of weight reduction and treatment of gastric varices using a single surgical approach.[] endoscopy band ligation) for acute gastric variceal bleeding in people with portal hypertension.[] Operating the firing handle releases a band onto the varix neck, and release of suction allows the banded varix to be viewed ( Figure 7) .[]

  • Splenic Injury

    INTRODUCTION: Injury to intraperitoneal organs is unusual during percutaneous renal surgery.[] […] distal splenic artery after proximal splenic artery occlusion are unknown.[] Once released from hospital, the athlete will need to follow gradual return to play over course of 2 or 3 weeks to allow healing of organ epithelial tissue.[] BACKGROUND: We aimed to investigate the results of a non-operative approach to blunt spleen injury to re-evaluate the importance of injury grade.[] Those cases were developed after splenic injury or a splenectomy.[] Abstract Endoscopy of both the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract remains one of the commonest procedures performed on patients.[]

  • Embolism

    Abstract CT-guided percutaneous biopsy is a resourceful and widely used tool to evaluate pulmonary nodules that frequently avoids costly and unnecessary surgeries.[] An arterial embolism is a blood clot that has travelled through your arteries and become stuck. This can block or restrict blood flow.[] Mortality is 10-20% Pathophysiology Theory #1 (mechanical): large fat droplets are released into the venous system.[] A hybrid approach of an endovascular procedure and a vascular surgery may be a reasonable treatment option to minimize the surgical procedure in cases of a large intra-cardiac[] We present a case of fatal splenic sequestration/hyperhemolysis secondary to foreign body pulmonary and systemic embolization due to intravenous administration of hydromorphone[] RATIONALE: Spinal cord embolism is a rare complication of endoscopic injection sclerotherapy (EIS).[]

  • Endometriosis

    Even though new management techniques such as ultrasound-guided percutaneous cryoablation seem to be promising, surgical excision is still the mainstay of treatment.[] KEYWORDS: Deep endometriosis; Hemoperitoneum in pregnancy; Pseudoaneurysm; Uterine artery[] STUDY OBJECTIVE: To explore the potential occurrence of long-term side effects and tolerability of gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist (GnRHa) plus 2 different add-back[] A minimally invasive approach using laparoscopy is considered the gold standard.[] On reviewing the literature, we found only 13 reports with no other cases extending beyond the splenic flexure, as occurred in our patient.[] No recurrence was detected at endoscopic follow-up at 6 months. The patient remained symptom free.[]

  • Atrial Septal Defect

    Abstract Background Percutaneous device closure of an ostium secundum atrial septal defect is associated with excellent outcomes and cosmetic results but at the cost of occasional[] Conversely, an atrial septal defect rarely presents late as pulmonary artery hypertension.[] We carried out percutaneous femoral vein puncture, used a specialized delivery sheath during operation, and closed the ASD by releasing an occluder.All 20 patients experienced[] In such cases, transareolar approach is useful.[] The causes of splenic infarction vary with age.[] A totally endoscopic robotic repair was successfully done through a right atriotomy approach in this patient. The Author 2016.[]

  • Labetalol

    BACKGROUND: A significant abrupt drop in heart rate is the most frequent complication during percutaneous microballoon compression of the trigeminal ganglion.[] Nebivolol, and partly propranolol, may provide significant therapeutic benefit, but labetalol can be a good alternative for coronary artery bypass grafting with radial artery[] The release characteristics of oral controlled-release medications are destroyed when crushed, resulting in the rapid bioavailability of the total drug amount.[] Various pharmacological approaches have been used to blunt or attenuate such pressure responses.[] Abstract A trauma victim sustained multiple injuries including cervical spine injuries, splenic laceration, and left kidney fracture.[] OBJECTIVE: To assess the efficacy of labetalol versus nitroglycerin for induction of controlled hypotension during sinus endoscopic surgery.[]

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