has been widely used as a mechanism to reduce equilibrium credit rationing and the asymmetric information between borrowers and lenders (Haselmann and Wachtel 2007).
Impact of collaterals
on successful revascularization in Solitaire FR with the intention for thrombectomy.
The proposed measure seeks to establish a legal framework for the use of non-traditional collateral
, such as accounts receivables, inventory, crops, livestock, equipment, in applying for loans in financial institutions.It is currently on second reading in the Senate and scheduled for third reading in the House of Representatives.
Formation of coronary collateral
vessels is an adaptive response secondary to myocardial ischemia in the presence of significant stenosis or total occlusion.
The aim is to complement the government's efforts in the development of this vital sector, facilitating SME finance, especially for those who do not have a long credit history or easy access to collaterals
These interconnecting networks of branches, which can be observed and graded by angiography, represent the coronary collateral
circulation; an alternative route for the myocardial perfusion.
In our practice, we primarily found that the collateral
pathways after HAO were different from those reported in the literature [12,13], and the details of the extrahepatic collateral
routes to the liver in patients with HAO based on using DSA are unclear.
Because of the obvious incongruity between promising (and charging for) a high-quality lifestyle and making that promise via low-quality collaterals
. So a staircased insert should be avoided in favor of a fancier, more expensive-looking piece.
They've shown that the targets of collateral
axons secrete soluble factors that penetrate the parent axon and induce it to branch at that site.
are the connections between portions of the same coronary artery and between different coronary arteries (2).
The heart muscle is fed by coronary arteries; when a large one is blocked, the backup system--nearby collateral
arteries--sometimes fills in.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has allowed the use of movable collaterals
to secure loans from funding agencies for Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the African country from 2014.