atheromatosis


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atheromatosis

 [ath″er-o″mah-to´sis]
the presence of multiple atheromas.

atheromatosis

/ath·er·o·ma·to·sis/ (ath″er-o-mah-to´sis) diffuse atheromatous arterial disease.

atheromatosis

[ath′ərōmətō′sis]
the development of many atheromas.

ath·er·o·ma·to·sis

(ath'ĕr-ō-mă-tō'sis)
Disease characterized by atheromatous degeneration of the arteries.

atheromatosis

the presence of multiple atheromas.
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The results [of the autopsy], together with a small bag found in the house in Port Andratx were sent to the National Toxicology Institute in Barcelona, which determined the cause of death was an atheromatosis leading to a cardiac failure.
Slides were evaluated to determine the presence and extent-severity index of HEV, villitis of unknown etiology, fetal-placental vessel thrombi, villous fibrosis, and erythroblastosis (nucleated red blood cells within chorionic and/or umbilical vessels), and the presence of lesions indicative of maternal hypertension, including primary infarcts, changes described by Tenney and Parker, (13) decidual atheromatosis, decidual thrombi, and ischemic decidual necrosis.