thrombotic occlusion

thrombotic occlusion

Medtalk Any vascular blockage caused by a thrombus or by thromboembolism
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If most of this energy is absorbed by blood alone, a thrombotic occlusion takes place which may lead to recanalization even months after the treatment.
Leriche syndrome is an aorta-iliac occlusive disease resulting from thrombotic occlusion of the region just above the abdominal aorta bifurcation (1).
Final angiogram without a wire showed an optimal result in the proximal LAD (Figure 2b) but persistence of thrombotic occlusion in the very distal LAD.
Main findings were as follows: a large ventricular septal rupture with classical radiological signs of acute myocardial infarction (Figure 1), signs of severe backward failure with contrast agent being observed in hepatic veins, renal veins (Figure 1), the portal vein and the inferior vena cava (Figure 1), and thrombotic occlusion of the descending aorta just distal to the left subclavian artery (Figure 2).
The emergency coronary angiography revealed total thrombotic occlusion of right coronary artery (RCA) and one stent (2.4 mm x 18 mm sirolimus-eluting stent, EXCEL, China) was implanted in the RCA.
Definite complete thrombotic occlusion of a vessel (a convex margin that stains with contrast, persisting for several cardiac cycles); angiographic detection of a grade 5 TIMI thrombus leads to further exploration Grade 5 of the occlusive thrombotic content.
Moreover, as occurs in the skin, the intravascular disseminated coagulation may progress rapidly to multi-organ failure caused by the systemic thrombotic occlusion of small- and mediumsized blood vessels.
HD patients with VAT (group II) consisted of 46 individuals whose functioning dialysis access had, at least, one previous episode of clinically evident thrombotic occlusion. Thrombotic occlusion was defined by the absence of blood flow and the impossibility to use the access for dialysis.
Renal biopsy revealed renal cortical necrosis with segmental necrosis and luminal thrombotic occlusion in the arteries and arterioles (Figures 1 and 2).
Postoperatively, patient underwent contrast enhanced angiography, which revealed 60%-70% stenosis of proximal superior mesenteric artery and 80-90% thrombotic occlusion of proximal inferior mesenteric artery with complete thrombotic occlusion of left common iliac artery (Figure 2 and Figure 3).
Thrombotic occlusion of the radial artery as a complication of the transradial coronary intervention.
An angiogram revealed evidence of a bilateral obliterative vasculopathic process in the superficial and deep palmar arches in the upper limbs and thrombotic occlusion of bilateral popliteal arteries of the lower limbs.