uremic arteriolopathy is not completely understood, with a multifactorial pathogenesis.
longus colli tendonitis (ACLCT) is a disease process that mimics life threatening conditions, which include meningitis and retropharyngeal abscess.
A severe sore throat in a middle-aged man: Calcific
tendonitis of the longus colli tendon.
Treatment of calcific
aortic stenosis with the percutaneous heart valve: mid-term follow-up from the initial feasibility studies: the French experience.
Computed tomography (CT) brain scans (pre- and postcontrast) showed a large calcific
density in the proximal horizontal branch (M1) of the left-middle cerebral artery (MCA) with a large well-defined low-attenuation area in the left MCA vascular territory, accompanied by a small degree of midline shift to the right and distortion of the left lateral ventricle (Figures 1 and 2).
The researchers proposed that statins might halt the progression of calcific
aortic stenosis because the drugs can do so with coronary artery disease and because they reduce coronary artery calcification (N.
Demonstration of Chlamydophila pneumoniae, Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Cytomegalovirus, and Epstein-Barr virus in atherosclerotic coronary arteries, nonrheumatic calcific
aortic and rheumatic stenotic mitral valves by polymerase chain reaction.
Given the clinical symptoms, physical examination and specific imaging findings, the diagnosis of acute calcific
tendonitis of the longus colli was established.
plaques may be the only finding on incidental radiographs and antenatal ultrasound when perforations are small and seal off in utero.
The main issue when you're looking at patients with pancreatic stones or calcific
chronic pancreatitis is pain relief," said Dr.
Cutaneous necrosis from calcific
The results of the prospective data accumulated to date confirm the clinical and economic relevance of CSI's orbital technology in calcific
vessels large and small, and in previously untreatable disease.