arteriolopathy


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arteriolopathy

/ar·te·ri·o·lop·a·thy/ (ahr-tēr″e-o-lop´ah-the) any disease of the arterioles.

arteriolopathy

(ar-ter?e-o-lop'a-the) [ arteriole + -pathy]
Any disease of the arterioles, esp. a disease that affects arterioles throughout the body.

calcific uremic arteriolopathy

Calciphylaxis.
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Of course, chorangiosis does not exclude poor placental perfusion leading to hypoxic overlap lesions (30) due to decidual arteriolopathy and hypoxic extravillous trophoblastic lesions in rare cases in group 1 or 3 (Table).
Interestingly, it was shown in renal biopsies of CKD patients that hyperuricemia was associated with vascular alterations consistent with arteriolopathy, a lesion frequently observed in experimental studies [130].
Successful treatment of calcific uraemic arteriolopathy with bisphosphonates.
Microscopically, histopathology did not reveal malignancy, but tissue necrosis, widespread luminal compression secondary to vascular calcification, hyperplasia of the tunica intima, and inflammatory cell infiltration--consistent with a diagnosis of calcific uremic arteriolopathy.
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Mycophenolate mofetil prevents arteriolopathy and renal injury in subtotal ablation despite persistent hypertension.
Calciphylaxis or calcific uremic arteriolopathy (CUA) is a term that refers to the deposition of calcium in small and medium vessels of the skin that can result in thrombosis and necrosis of the skin, subcutaneous fat, and muscle.
27) Uric acid-mediated arteriolopathy and interstitial inflammation suggest mechanisms that would exacerbate or potentiate progressive renal functional decline after injury, also known as renal progression.
Successful treatment of a patient with severe calciC c uremic arteriolopathy (calciphylaxis) by etidronate disodium.
Calciphylaxis, also known as uremic gangrene syndrome or calcific uremic arteriolopathy (Rogers, Teubner, & Coates, 2007), is a tissue calcification process in which calcium is deposited in skin, soft tissues, and internal organs (Beitz, 2004; Ferreres et al.
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