atheromatosis


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atheromatosis

 [ath″er-o″mah-to´sis]
the presence of multiple atheromas.

ath·er·o·ma·to·sis

(ath'ĕr-ō-mă-tō'sis)
Disease characterized by atheromatous degeneration of the arteries.
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Consequently, as previously specified, a longitudinal study with a higher number of patients is required to evaluate the relationship of Hb levels and the carotid adventitial VV in the onset of the process of atheromatosis and cardiovascular events in CKD patients.
It seems that both fractions might must be used in a higher concentration in order to reach in sufficient levels and reduce the oxidative stress and the myocardial infarct size in atheromatosis. The elucidation of the dosage which is necessary to reach the proper pharmacokinetic properties in order to reduce the myocardial infarction in atheromatosis should be addressed by further studies.
There are also a lot of risk factors such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, valvulopathies, carotid stenosis, diffuse carotid atheromatosis, dyslipidemia, obesity, chronic renal insufficiency, polyglobulie, cancerwhich, associated with atrial fibrillation, raise the changes to develop an acute stroke.
Administering both cornelian cherry and simvastatin significantly prevented the formation of atheromatosis in the thoracic aorta.
Obesity is an element of metabolic syndrome, constituting an important risk factor of arterial atheromatosis. Other components of the syndrome are hypertension, hyperglycaemia or pharmacologically controlled type 2 diabetes, and dyslipidemia.
"The results [of the autopsy], together with a small bag found in the house in Port Andratx were sent to the National Toxicology Institute in Barcelona, which determined the cause of death was an atheromatosis leading to a cardiac failure.
Slides were evaluated to determine the presence and extent-severity index of HEV, villitis of unknown etiology, fetal-placental vessel thrombi, villous fibrosis, and erythroblastosis (nucleated red blood cells within chorionic and/or umbilical vessels), and the presence of lesions indicative of maternal hypertension, including primary infarcts, changes described by Tenney and Parker, (13) decidual atheromatosis, decidual thrombi, and ischemic decidual necrosis.
[43] in their cross-sectional study among white elderly people with severe carotid atheromatosis reveal a relationship between plasma lactate levels and prevailing T2DM; nonetheless no association is detected among African Americans.
Complications of type 1 diabetes include microangiopathy, neuropathy and predispositions to the specific atheromatosis [5].
The chest X-ray showed dextrocardia, cardiomegaly, pulmonary congestion and aortic atheromatosis (Figure 5).
The group consisted of 14 women and 16 men aged 26-87 years (mean age 59), suffering from idiopathic lymphatic insufficiency, chronic venous insufficiency-related swelling and swelling caused by atheromatosis and thrombosis.
The necropsy confirmed the presence of a closed displaced fracture of the left humerus with a confirmed pre-existing pathology that comes with age such as: lesions of cerebral atherosclerosis, myocardial fibrosis, pancreatic sclerosis, calcified thoracoabdominal aortic atheromatosis, nephrosclerosis, and degradation of the liver.