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noun arrangement, artificium, classification, formula, logical process, manner, means, method, modeof management, operation, order, orderliness, orderly combiiation, organization, pattern, plan, policy, practice, procedure, process, program, recipe, regime, regimen, regularity, scheme, settled procedure, state of order, strategy, technique, way
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Arteriovenous malformations (AVM) are congenital lesions composed of direct abnormal connections between the arterial and venous systems.
The VICI VENOUS STENT delivers critical advantages such as superior end-to-end crush resistance and excellent vein wall coverage, while providing necessary flexibility for the venous system.
Since the pathology involved the arterial and venous systems, the differentials considered include Behcet's disease, antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibodies associated vasculitis, giant cell arteritis, polymyalgia rheumatica, polyarteritis nodosa, and Henoch Schonlein Purpura.
Optimal imaging of the venous system requires the use of intravenous contrast material with appropriate timing of image acquisition based on venous filling.
Immediate decompression of the portal venous system was evidenced by markedly reduced external abdominal wall varices when closing the abdomen.
In the first, an inflammatory process of the small vessels or venous system causes lacunar infarcts, small hemorrhages, or venous thromboses.
Schistosomiasis is a disease caused by parasites entering humans by attaching to the skin, penetrating it, and then migrating through the venous system to the portal veins where they reproduce.
In 21 chapters, they detail the fundamentals, including basic hemodynamics, principles and instrumentation, spectral analysis, color flow imaging, and contrast agents, and applications to various body regions, such as the abdomen, cerebral vascular structures, liver, spleen, pancreas, genitourinary system, peripheral arteries, venous system, and in obstetrics and gynecology.
Upon inclusion, all were found to have significantly increased ambulatory venous pressure associated with incompetence of the deep venous system.
Their topic include the basic ultrasonic anatomy of the lower limbs venous system, the definition and patho-physiological mechanisms of chronic venous insufficiency, pelvic shunts, techniques for assessing the haemodynamics of venous insufficiency, how to perform a duplex mapping, and the false problem of perforators.
The Advanced Pre/Post Formula, which includes two phases, "supports medical aesthetic procedures to minimize bruising and swelling, promote a healthy microcirculatory and venous system and support the immune system and reduces oxidative stress.