obliterative arteriopathy

obliterative arteriopathy

In organ transplantation, diffuse concentric stenosis of the arteries of the graft due to immunologic rejection. It is characterized pathologically by hyperplastic scarring of the intima of affected arteries and infiltration by foam cells.
See also: arteriopathy
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The morphologic hallmarks of CLAD include hepatocyte necrosis, bile duct damage or disappearance, hepatic obliterative arteriopathy, and liver fibrosis [3, 4].
Manifestations of CLAD in this study, namely, obliterative arteriopathy, bile duct dystrophy or loss, and liver fibrosis, were consistent with the diagnostic criteria proposed for CLAD [18].
Chronic generalized obliterative arteriopathy in cattle: a sequel to sheep-associated malignant catarrhal fever.