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Related to ischemic: transient ischemic attack, Ischemic cardiomyopathy, Ischemic heart disease, Ischemic optic neuropathy

is·che·mic

(is-kē'mik),
Relating to or affected by ischemia.

is·che·mic

(is-kē'mik)
Relating to or affected by ischemia.
Synonym(s): ischaemic.

Ischemic

An inadequate supply of blood to a part of the body, caused by partial or total blockage of an artery.

ischemic

emanating from or pertaining to ischemia.

ischemic encephalopathy
see feline ischemic encephalopathy.
ischemic myelopathy
see fibrocartilaginous embolic myelopathy.
ischemic myonecrosis
muscle necrosis due to interruption of the blood supply, as in prolonged recumbency of cows or in thrombus development. See downer cow syndrome, iliac artery thrombosis.
ischemic necrosis
necrosis of any tissue due to interruption of its blood supply.
ischemic nephrosis
see renal ischemia.
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Among specific results: For the ischemic ulcer, growth factor has been used to promote wound healing after revascularization.
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Increase in the number of cases of acute ischemic stroke and technical advancements in medical devices have led to the growth of the global acute ischemic stroke diagnosis and treatment market in recent years.
The proportion of hospitalizations due to acute ischemic stroke increased in four of six age categories analyzed and decreased in two age groups, Dr.
Now that we have this model, we can take the next step to find what factors in the equations can be fine-tuned to the point where the net result is improvement in the ischemic wound outcome," said Chandan Sen.
Zimmerman described several intracranial infections that could be confused with hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy:
While CABG surgery effectively relieves angina, and often results in longer survival and a better quality of life, patients still experience significant ischemic reperfusion injury during the procedure, which can lead to subsequent problems such as myocardial infarction (heart attack) or stroke.