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Restenosis

restenosis

recurrence of stenosis after corrective surgery on the heart valve; narrowing of a structure (usually a coronary artery) following the removal or reduction of a previous narrowing.

Origin: re-, _ G. Stenosis, a narrowing


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... oligomer)-based RNA therapeutic agent aimed at silencing C-MYC, one of the genes responsible for causing arteries to reclose after stenting (restenosis). <snip> ------------------------------------------ http://www.cookmedical.com/newsDetail.do?id=3910 Another from Cook ...

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