compression syndrome


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compression syndrome

[kəm′presh·ən ‚sin‚drōm]
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A barium upper gastrointestinal study was ordered to confirm superior mesenteric artery compression syndrome as suggested by the CT findings.
Lipoma as a rare cause of nerve compression syndrome in the hand and forearm].
78% of Parkinson's Patients Evaluated Show Evidence of Vascular Compression Syndrome
Tye proposed that the lower left side predominance of the DVTs might be related to May-Thurner Syndrome, also called iliac vein compression syndrome.
Tye proposed that the lower left side predominance of the DVTs might be related to the "May-Thurner Syndrome," which also is called iliac vein compression syndrome.
Kober diagnosed the patient with thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS), a nerve compression syndrome in which the nerves are compressed as they pass over the first rib going to the arm.
Case 2, Popliteal Artery Aneurysm With Thrombosis, Secondary to Popliteal Artery Compression Syndrome
This is more likely to be a median nerve compression syndrome, the most likely being the carpal tunnel syndrome.
Fortunately, as most of the cases are admitted with signs and symptoms of spinal cord compression syndrome, medical professionals usually act urgently.
Patients were excluded if they had poor cardiopulmonary status, untreatable coagulopathy, systemic or spinal infection, radicular and/or myelum compression syndrome, or an underlying condition other than osteoporosis.
CTS is the most common peripheral nerve compression syndrome, caused by the impingement of the median nerve.