Embolization. Definition

Medical Definition: Embolization

Procedure to restrict the blood supply to an organ in which their presence is more harmful than beneficial. Is the blocking of an artery by a clot of foreign material. Embolization can be used as a treatment to prevent the flow of blood to a tumor. Is performed using a fluoroscope that allows the radiologist to see the arteries to block the right amount of blood supply.

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