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Synonyms for artery

Synonyms for artery

a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body

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a major thoroughfare that bears important traffic

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The parent artery showed only endothelial-intimal damage, which was related to either the embolization or possibly the surgery itself.
A follow-up angiogram is performed 1 month after the coiling procedure to assess patency of the parent artery and evaluate for coil compaction.
sup][8] This option was not chosen for this proximal lesion as it was considered to be attached with a higher risk of glue reflux into the parent artery, leading to increased thromboembolic complications.
They are projected into multiple directions, and frequently show a large neck, making it difficulty to assess their exact limit and the parent artery.
Our hypothesis for the event is that the phenomena may occur both where the parent artery was abnormal and in residual neck of complex multi-lobular aneurysms.
The idea behind the use of endovascular flow modulating (diverting) devices as monotherapy for endovascular aneurysm repair stems from the concept that a low porosity stent bridging the aneurysm neck modulates hemodynamic flow away from the vortex and streamlines blood flow within parent artery.
When we designed the treatment with the parent artery occlusion, there were four technical considerations.
In our patients, a patient with vertebra-basilar dissecting aneurysm received the embolism of the aneurysm and the parent artery.