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the openness (lack of obstruction) of a bodily passage or duct

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[ClickPress, Mon Jul 15 2019] Biliary and pancreatic stents have been used to establish patency of a pancreatic duct or obstructed bile.
As part of a prior three centre, 15-patient feasibility study of MicroStent, the company demonstrated in the device-related per protocol population that 90.9% of subjects had primary patency at six months post-index procedure, which is a composite of 90.9% subjects with freedom from occlusion, while 100% were free from a clinically driven target lesion revascularization.
This table shows that HSG has better accuracy in diagnosing tubal patency. HSG and SSG have similar sensitivity though HSG has much higher specificity and it can also diagnose the exact site of block.
At the end of the traction period, vessel length, patency, and histologic findings were evaluated.
Graft patency was assessed only in 112 patients through coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) or coronary angiography in symptomatic or asymptomatic patients.
enhancing patency registration awareness through organising a
The Ministry also seeks to enhance the efficiency of the patency department employees through international training.
The researchers found that the rates of saphenous vein graft patency were 88.7, 82.8, and 76.5 percent, respectively, with ticagrelor + aspirin, ticagrelor alone, and aspirin alone at one year post-CABG.
The Kaplan-Meier method was used to estimate survival time and probabilities for survival and stent patency times.
Conclusion: SVG were patent in 61.66% of the grafts while arterial grafts had a patency rate of 91.30%.
However, the effect of rhinophototherapy on the nasal patency has not yet been fully investigated.
In the present review, we summarize the role of PTA in the restoration of patency of stenotic AVFs and AVGs.
Evaluating ureteral patency in the post-indigo carmine era: a randomized controlled trial.