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In the absence of a radiologist at the facility, informed consent was obtained for excision of the cyst with or without superficial parotidectomy.
Histological confirmation of feline fibrosarcoma (FFS) was done after surgical excision of tumours and before treatment start.
Two months prior to presentation, he underwent arthroscopic excision of the prepatellar bursa.
Under terms of the agreement, MEDRAD will make available the Cotavance(TM) peripheral drug-eluting balloon angioplasty catheter with Paccocath(R) technology for study in combination with ev3's SilverHawk(R) and TurboHawk(TM) Plaque Excision Systems for use in the DEFINITIVE AR European pilot study for treating lower extremity peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
Whilst excision biopsy by needles would seem an attractive alternative to surgery, when applied to benign disease, a significant question that arises is why such lesions might need to be removed in the first place.
Provocative issues are raised about human and children's rights, whether prejudice against female excision is justified in societies where male circumcision is the norm, and their purported health benefits.
The SilverHawk Plaque Excision System offers patients an effective and minimally-invasive treatment option for PAD, and I believe DEFINITIVE LE will validate the utility of plaque excision under real world conditions," said James McKinsey, M.
The cells provide a possible explanation for the tendency of acral melanoma and certain other melanoma types to recur, sometimes many years after complete excision of the primary tumor in accordance with the currently recommended safety margins, said Dr.
These cases could have been selected for excision based on their radiologic findings.
Chodosh says these results suggest that "topical interferon alfa-2b and aggressive surgical excision can both be considered effective treatments for OSSN.
Premalignant lesions of cervical cancer detected by screening are often treated by excision or ablation.
Between Rites and Rights: Excision in Women's Experiential Texts and Human Contexts.