occlusive arterial disease

occlusive arterial disease

limb artery occlusion, due to progressive atherosclerosis and/or thrombosis, leading ultimately to distal tissue infarction
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Arterial Doppler ultrasonography at tibialis posterior artery was performed to establish the diagnosis of occlusive arterial disease, and the degree of obstruction was recorded.
Other differential diagnosis includes diabetes, collagen diseases, inflammatory arterial disease and peripheral occlusive arterial disease.
ClickPress, Wed Nov 05 2014] GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Occlusive Arterial Disease (OAD) Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2014" provides data on the Occlusive Arterial Disease (OAD) clinical trial scenario.
Contract award: study 2012-07 (gcp) clinical practice guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of occlusive arterial disease of the legs.
Introduction: The threatened limb due to peripheral occlusive arterial disease, embolism or trauma requires early recognition and urgent treatment if the limb is to be saved.
placebo is being launched in Europe, North America and Asia in 30,000 patients with occlusive arterial disease, with a primary end point of coronary death, MI or coronary revascularization, Dr.
placebo is being launched in Europe, North America, and Asia in 30,000 patients with occlusive arterial disease, with a primary end point of coronary death, MI, or coronary revascularization, Dr.
On the other hand, studies evaluating the infrapopliteal endovascular therapy in managing occlusive arterial disease have yielded insufficient data, when compared to bypass surgery and future studies are suggested to establish its real role (15).
Testing for venous thrombosis and occlusive arterial disease are the subjects of Chapters 9 and 10.
Ninety-one patients (59%) presented with occlusive arterial disease.
The ABI, a noninvasive method to assess the patency of the lower extremity arterial system and to detect occlusive arterial disease (7), was measured in every patient.