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Synonyms for occlusive

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As the procedure of carotid stenting systems is less invasive and better tolerated, they are considered to safe and effective alternative to surgical procedures for the treatment of carotid occlusive disease in patients who are at high surgical risk or inoperable.
Medical technology company BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) (NYSE:BDX) reported on Thursday the receipt of the US Food and Drug Administration's premarket approval for the Venovo venous stent for the treatment of iliofemoral venous occlusive disease.
It should be kept in mind that the normal values do not always prevent occlusive complications.
For example, obesity is highly correlated to diabetes and peripheral vascular disease; however, wearing occlusive shoes is not correlated to ritual washing and attending communal shower.
Onychomycosis, smoking, diabetes mellitus, occlusive footwear, trauma, family history.
Interprofessional inconsistency and a lack of consensus have existed about expectations of an occlusive dressing and if petroleum gauze at the base of a CT dressing prevents air movement or infection.
The patient has a history of chronic occlusive thrombosis of bilateral brachiocephalic and left subclavian veins which was demonstrated on contrast enhanced CT of the chest.
When applied to the appropriate anatomical problem, the results of iliac angioplasty/stent placement rival open surgical results but its application in proximal occlusive disease is controversial with lack of long-term follow-up data.
The pathophysiology includes direct viral infection of Retinal Pigment Epithelium (RPE) or secondary ischaemic occlusive vasculitis of the choriocapillaries.
published a study on Hb SD-Punjab showing patients with moderate to severe symptoms analogous to Hb SS genotype, sickle cell disease; having pain due to vaso- occlusive events.8 The author reported a greater vulnerability for haemolysis in Hb-SD patients than Sickle cell disease.
The transparent liner is also occlusive and provides excellent chemical stability with potential to extend shelf life, according to the company.
MMD is associated with inward remodeling, smaller outer diameters, concentric occlusive lesions and homogeneous signal intensity, while ICAD is more likely to be associated with outward remodeling, normal outer diameters, eccentric occlusive lesions, and heterogeneous signal intensity.
Peripheral vascular disease represents an occlusive or inflammatory disease that develops within the peripheral arteries, favored by a number of risk factors [1].