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Avastin/Lucentis Update 40: Lucentis is Approved for Treating Macular Edema in Retinal Vein Occlusion by Irv Arons Healthy Living Professional macular edema following retinal vein occlusion (RVO) Here is Genentech’s news release : FDA... of macular edema following retinal vein occlusion (RVO). The FDA approved this new indication after a six...
Surgery for Blocked Arteries Questioned by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor What should you do if your doctor tells you that you have blocked coronary arteries? A recent study shows that in people who have blocked arteries and diabetes, the chances of dying or having a major heart attack...
How to tunnel your way into the CTO and create your own coronary artery ! by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Opening the chronically occluded coronary(CTO)  artery  gives the ultimate sense of  achievement... a success . It must be ensured  all  the  branches of    opened coronary artery must be perfused...
Through an innovative procedure we were able to completely re-open his occluded artery by stuart Patient Expert of the main arteries that supplies blood to the brain – most certainly the cause of Yair’s difficulty... Laboratory. “Through an innovative procedure we were able to completely re-open his occluded artery,” Prof...
Will HDL injections cure blocked arteries? by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor . The next step was to copy HDL-Milano and infuse it into people with plaques in their arteries...
The process is using digital aut ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven blocked arteries, and is integrated with other technologies from other companies.  Cardiology...) radiofrequency (RF) guidewire to cross chronic total occlusions in the peripheral vasculature. Occluded or...
Coronary hemodynamics in 100% occlusion ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Total coronary artery occlusion is a common finding in CAD  especially in chronic stable angina... coronary artery ischemic. This is many times observed in  total RCA occlusion with well formed  collaterals...
Malpractice defense: Coronary Artery Disease Leads to Recurrent MI and Premature Death by David W. Patient Expert coronary artery disease.  A cardiac catheterization was performed that showed occlusion of the grafts... after lung surgery,  Coronary artery disease vs. medication administration,  tPA administration leads...
What is right for left coronary artery could be wrong for “Right” ! by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor  . . .  but we have to accept the following  fact . How is it possible   for  some of the coronary  arteries  to maintain  a near normal blood flow from a donor (Contralateral ) coronary  artery  in spite of  100 % occlusion...
Ignorance based cardiology :How often a coronary artery reject a stent ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor   in one of the leg bones  is far less serious than a metal within a coronary artery  irritating the intima... -A  fiery red  infiltration Imagine  if a stented coronary artery react...

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Treatment ... ease . An angioplasty opens up a blocked, or narrowed, coronary artery , improving the blood flow to the heart . A catheter (fle ... » Read on
When it should be done ... ter (thin, flexible tube) is gently inserted into your coronary artery and a special dye is injected which shows up on X-ray pic ... » Read on