endovasculitis

endangiitis

 [en″dan-je-i´tis]
inflammation of the endangium.

end·an·gi·i·tis

, endangeitis (end'an-jē-ī'tis),
Inflammation of the intima of a blood vessel.
[endo- + G. angeion, vessel, + -itis, inflammation]

endovasculitis

/en·do·vas·cu·li·tis/ (-vas″ku-li´tis) endangiitis.

endovasculitis

[-vas′kyəlī′tis]
inflammation of the tunica intima of a blood vessel.

end·an·gi·i·tis

, endangeitis (end-an'jē-ī'tis)
Inflammation of the intima of a blood vessel.
Synonym(s): endovasculitis.
[endo- + G. angeion, vessel, + -itis, inflammation]

endovasculitis

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Villous stromal-vascular karyorrhexis, previously described as hemorrhagic endovasculitis, is another manifestation of FVM.
Hemorrhagic endovasculitis and hemorrhagic villitis of the placenta.
The clinical significance of hemorrhagic endovasculitis of the placenta.
Fetal disease is confirmed by extensive avascular villi, obliterative endarteritis, hemarragic endovasculitis vascular thrombi.
Various types of vasculitis such as endovasculitis, panvasculitis, thrombovasculitis, and perivasculitis were evident.
Periphlebitis and endovasculitis of retinal vessels.
Peri- and endovasculitis were visible in the white matter in pyramidal tracts and consisted mostly of macrophages and plasma cells.
Villous stromal-vascular karyorrhexis is the term preferred to hemorrhagic endovasculitis.
Hemorrhagic endovasculitis was not preferred because it connotes an inflammatory cause and is not clinically useful.
Placental hemorrhagic endovasculitis can occur only in placentas of livebirths (Figure): True or False?
Hemorrhagic endovasculitis (HEV) is a vasodisruptive alteration of fetal-placental blood vessels first described in 1980.
2,3,8,9) Hemorrhagic endovasculitis has been recurrent in some patients.