Meaning of transeptal in English:


Pronunciation /-ˈsɛpt(ə)l/


See transept

‘It requires ‘transeptal puncture’ to get the catheters to the left side of the heart.’
  • ‘I'm assuming you mean a transeptal approach to the atrium, which is done commonly in some electrophysiology labs.’
  • ‘The transeptal puncture is necessary in certain patients with severe cardiac pathologies.’
  • ‘Previously excellent chapters on the transeptal approach and the profiles of specific disorders, among others, have been thoroughly enriched and expanded.’
  • ‘It is built of local flint with stone dressings and comprises a chancel, nave, south aisle, porch, a north transeptal chapel and a western tower.’