femoral artery

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Related to Femoral Arteries: Superficial femoral artery
  • noun

Synonyms for femoral artery

the chief artery of the thigh

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While transcatheter valves typically are implanted through the femoral artery in the leg, there are thousands of people whose femoral arteries are too narrow or are compromised due to disease, and the subclavian approach originally was designed to give this underserved subset of patients access to care.
Total quantity or scope: Aortic heart valve implanted in the femoral arteries, subclavian or transaortalnie 20 pcs.
However, there are thousands of people whose femoral arteries are too narrow or are compromised due to disease.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its StarClose(TM) Vascular Closure System, a next- generation vessel closure system specifically designed for the simple, quick and secure mechanical closure of femoral arteries following catheterization procedures, such as angioplasty and stent placement.
Manufacturing modification of the only stent-graft approved for treatment of both iliac and superficial femoral arteries
When treated with the Zenith system, the aneurysm patient receives two surgical incisions in the groin to allow the insertion of two catheters into the femoral arteries.