CWDM with reconstruction of the posterior wall and mastoid obliteration
with or without ossiculoplasty has been our selected technique.
The radiosurgical treatment of arteriovenous malformations: obliteration
, morbidities, and performance status.
The stapling technique required very less surgical time for obliteration
of dead space created by aural haematoma (17.
Successful management of bleeding duodenal varices by endoscopic variceal ligation and balloon-occluded retrograde transvenous obliteration
The primary outcome was variceal obliteration
which was defined as the complete disappearance of oesophageal varices or when the sizes of oesophageal varices were too small to be ligated.
8) reported successful obliteration
of an RTF with two successive applications of Surgisis biological mesh (Cooke Inc.
One patient (9%) had patency of distal biliary tree with proximal obliteration
(Type B) and 4 patients (36%) had complete obliteration
of extrahepatic ducts (Type A).
Meanwhile Kevin Yates, a scientist at the National Space Centre in Leicester, spends his time monitoring "near-Earth objects" to see if our eventual obliteration
by an asteroid hitting Earth can be prevented.
Whole-body radiographs revealed obliteration
of the right-sided air sacs, a soft-tissue plaque and/ or density in the left caudal thoracic air sac, soft-tissue opacity over the coelomic organs, and increased medullary opacity in the distal right humerus.
Freeman, MD, FACS, and designed to reduce the need for frontal sinus obliteration
or technically difficult frontal sinus drill-out procedures.
The superhero team take on a mysterious alien who has been sent by his planet-eating master to prepare the Earth for obliteration
However, the expansion of endovascular therapy has been driven by short-term safety data rather than long-term efficacy data, which has demonstrated significant incidences of incomplete aneurysm obliteration
, neck remnants, and recurrences.