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decompress

(compression, data)
To reverse the effects of data compression.

decompress

To restore compressed data back to their original size. Decompressing is also called "unarchiving." See data compression and archive.
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Decompressive craniectomy can decrease the mortality of large cerebral or cerebellar hemispheric infarction and should also be considered in malignant edema.
The clinical outcome of lateral mass fixation after decompressive laminectomy in cervical spondylotic myelopathy.
Changes from the prior edition include the addition of new topics, such as Decompressive Craniotomy, as well as revisions to existing recommendation on topics such as target blood pressure thresholds for TBI patients.
Sequential design, multicenter, randomized, controlled trial of early decompressive craniectomy in malignant middle cerebral artery infarction.
At 6 months, lesions worsened, and epidural abscess led to spinal cord compression, requiring decompressive laminectomy.
Furthermore, various surgical techniques are recommended such as decompressive laminectomy, laminoplasty/laminectomy with lateral fusion, and total laminectomy in addition to resection of OLF.
The mainstay treatments are hyperosmolar therapy; temperature control; cerebrospinal fluid drainage; barbiturate therapy; decompressive craniectomy; analgesia, sedation, and neuromuscular blockade; and antiseizure prophylaxis.
The results of decompressive surgery and instrumented posterolateral fusion in refractory degenerative spondylolisthesis.
Of relevance, he had a left lenticulo-capsular hematoma and underwent decompressive craniectomy two years before the onset of psychiatric symptoms.
Decompressive laminectomy at the L4-L5 level with the removal of epidural fat was performed.
Decompressive laminectomy is the procedure advised that creates space in the spinal canal to relieve pressure in the spinal cord.
In the last five years we have operated 56 cases with diagnosis of spontaneous supratentorial intracerebral hemorrhage (SSICH), endoscopic evacuation was used only in 14 cases (25%), however decompressive craniotomy was the surgical choice in 22 patients (39,29%) and other techniques were used in 20 (35,71%) for hematoma evacuation.