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Malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors (MPNST) are a group of neurogenic tumors that may be sporadic or coexist with neurofibromatosis.
Intraoperatively, a soft tissue mass was seen arising from the extensor digitorum brevis tendon sheath and the underlying capsule of the first metatarsophalangeal joint [Figure 2].
Casting on - forming this allowed the right hand to remain free to make the loops and work at speed, while the sheath prevented the stitches from slipping off the other end.
The Sentrant Introducer Sheath is de signed for use with Medtronic's Endurant II AAA (abdominal aortic aneurysm) and Valiant Captivia stent graft systems, and also can be used with similar devices for endovascular repair.
To me, the brass sheath with three compartments is actually more interesting than the scissors.
The CBTP sheath consists of 3 pieces, as shown in Fig.
In 1564, an Italian anatomist claimed to have invented a linen sheath which, when dipped in a solution of salt or herbs, formed a protection against syphilis.
After a 7F sheath was inserted along the guidewire, we aimed to insert an active screw-in fixation ventricular lead (FinelineII, Model 4471, Boston Scientific/Guidant Inc.
Although many complications regarding PAC are recognised, immobilisation of the PAC by invagination of the percutaneous introducer sheath has not been reported previously.
3 December 2009 - US medical devices maker The Spectranetics Corporation (NASDAQ: SPNC) said today it has received 510(k) clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its VisiSheath Dilator Sheath device.