arteriolar narrowing

arteriolar narrowing

Atherosclerosis, see there.
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4,5] Retinal arteriolar narrowing (focus or generalised) is the most common finding in pre-eclampsia.
Arteriolar narrowing and venular widening were both less pronounced in the patients following bariatric surgery.
Arteriolar narrowing and venular widening were both less pronounced, whereas no such changes took place in the control group.
14) Other target organ effects include impaired cognitive function, reduced glomerular filtration rate, microalbuminuria, and retinal arteriolar narrowing.
2010) were the first to associate exposure to air pollution with arteriolar narrowing.
Classic clinical findings include bone spicules, pigmentation or pigment clumping, retinal arteriolar narrowing, waxy pallor of the optic nerve, epiretinal membrane formation, atrophy of the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) and choriocapillaris (starting at the mid-periphery of the retina with preservation of the RPE in the macula until late in the disease), posterior sub-capsular cataract, epi-retinal membrane formation, and cystoid macular edema (CME) (Hamel, 2006).
Hypertension and retinopahy, arteriolar narrowing and arteriolar nicking in a population.
Grade 1 consisted of 'mild' generalized retinal arteriolar narrowing; Grade 2 consisted of 'more severe' generalized narrowing, focal areas of arteriolar narrowing and arteriovenous nicking; Grade 3 consisted of grades 1 and 2 signs plus the presence of retinal hemorrhages, microaneurysms, hard exudates and cotton-wool spots; Grade 4 also referred to as accelerated (malignant) hypertensive retinopathy, consisted of the signs in the preceding three grades plus optic disk swelling and macular edema.
At the same level of blood pressure, arteriolar narrowing signifies further risk.
Approximately 15% were found to have focal arteriolar narrowing, 14% to have arteriovenous nicking, and 7% to have other microvascular abnormalities such as hemorrhages, exudates, and microaneurysms.
About 15% had focal arteriolar narrowing, 14% had arteriovenous nicking, and 7% had other microvascular abnormalities such as hemorrhages, exudates, and microaneurysms.
4 Ocular risk factors associated with RVO include glaucoma or ocular hypertension, shorter axial length, and focal arteriolar narrowing and arteriovenous (AV) nicking.