Takayasu


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Ta·ka·ya·su

(tah'kah-yah'sū),
Michishige, late 19th-century Japanese ophthalmologist. See: Takayasu arteritis, Takayasu disease, Takayasu syndrome.
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Isolated pulmonary arteries involvement in a patient with Takayasu's arteritis.
Giant cell (temporal) arteritis and Takayasu arteritis are included in this class.
Takayasu also considered the spectra [M.sub.n,k] associated to the virtual representations k[[??].sub.n], k < 0, and proved that the above cofibrations are still valid for these spectra.
Thirty consecutive patients residenting inGujarat, diagnosed with Takayasu's arteritis were enrolled in the study.
Sen, "Aortic aneurysm in a girl with Takayasu's arteritis," New Zealand Medical Journal, vol.
Rokushu Yamamoto, who practiced medicine in Japan, published the first description of Takayasu arteritis in 1830.
6.Makuuchi M, Takayasu K, Takuma T, Takayama T, Kosuge T, Gunven P, et al.
The use of [[sup.18]F] fluorodeoxyglucose-positron emission tomography either alone or in combination with contrast-enhanced CT or MR angiography, has been described as being useful in giant cell aortitis and Takayasu arteritis [3], and may be useful in infectious aortitis as well.
Diagnosed with an extremely rare condition, Takayasu's Arteritis, her large blood vessels are so inflamed that she has been in and out of hospital for the past 13 months and had three major heart operations.
Adicionalmente CAS es usado en casos seleccionados de displasia fibromuscular, arteritis de Takayasu o despues de diseccion arterial.