coaptation


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Techniques include patch closure of the outflow tract (4), primary aortic cuspal closure with felt strips (5), coaptation stitching of the valve cusps (6), and aortic valve replacement (7).
One potential drawback to coaptation of the masseteric nerve to the main trunk of the facial nerve is increased risk of synkinesis.
Of those birds, 18 were treated conservatively with analgesia and cage rest without coaptation bandaging, and 29 were treated with surgical correction of the fracture.
AxoGen's portfolio of products includes Avance Nerve Graft, a processed human nerve allograft; AxoGuard Nerve Connector and AxoGuard Nerve Protector, both processed porcine extracellular matrix products intended as coaptation and encapsulation devices, respectively.
They can cause inflow and outflow obstruction and valvular regurgitation due to incomplete coaptation (5).
15,16) One case series also suggests that abnormalities in the structure and coaptation of mitral leaflets may be a specific echocardiographic finding for patients with LVNC, with or without preserved systolic function.
The exhaustion of financial resources has led to an end of the growth of state employment and hence of coaptation of members of these sectors of society into what I have defined as state classes and their organic clienteles in bureaucratic development societies.
AxoGen's products offer a full suite of surgical nerve reconstruction solutions including Avance[R] Nerve Graft, the only commercially available processed nerve allograft for bridging severed nerves, AxoGuard[R] Nerve Connector, a coaptation aid allowing for close approximation of severed nerves, and AxoGuard[R] Nerve Protector, a bioscaffold used to reinforce a coaptation site, wrap a partially severed nerve or isolate and protect nerve tissue.
calves 2 4 Method of death Euthanasia 2 3 Spontaneous 0 1 Bodyweight, kg 49 [+ or -] 4 39 [+ or -] 3 ([double dagger]) ([section]) Axial musculoskeletal system Defect location Cervical 0 2 Thoracic 0 0 Lumbar 0 0 Type of deviation Lateral 0 2 Dorso-ventral 0 0 Helicoidal 0 0 Appendicular musculo-skeletal system Arthrogryposis 0 3 ([greater than or equal to]1 limb involved) Symetric limb NA 3 involvement Forelimb/hind limb NA 0 involvement Forelimbs only NA 2 Hind limbs only NA 1 Head Coaptation defect Prognathism 0 0 Brachygnathism 0 1 Altered profile Horse-like 0 1 Pig-like 0 0 Broken sagittal axis 0 1 Central nervous system Porencephaly 2 3 Hydranencephaly 1 1 Hydrocephaly 0 0 Cerebellar hypoplasia 0 0 Micromyelia 2 4 Characteristic WBD-2 WBD-3 ([dagger]) ([dagger]) No.
Endoscopic evidence of urethral coaptation may indicate the degree of sphincter insufficiency.