This can lead to the very heart attack that placing the stent was trying to prevent.
Leno asked about his recent cardiovascular surgery in which doctors installed a stent to open up a clogged artery.
Yet the number of angioplasties and stent placements performed has increased, not decreased.
I remember saying as I dressed that I should have to work late and go without my supper in order to finish my stent.
We had finished our stent early the day of which I am writing.
I have set myself a stent this week to read the third volume half out.
I doubted if there could be any Fourth of July if my stent was not done.
Mr. stent continued the pastor until he had completed eight years.
Nan was sitting at the window inside, knitting her stent on a blue stocking.
If she were not playing, she had to sew or study or dust, or read a stent in a story-book.
"tube implanted temporarily," 1964, named for Charles T. Stent (1807-1885), English dentist.
A device that is used to maintain a bodily orifice or cavity during skin grafting, or to immobilize a skin graft following placement.
A slender thread, rod, or catheter placed within the lumen of tubular structures, such as a blood vessel, to provide support during or after anastomosis.