thrombotic occlusion

thrombotic occlusion

Medtalk Any vascular blockage caused by a thrombus or by thromboembolism
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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.
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.
Coronary angiography by right transradial approach showed very proximal thrombotic occlusion of a dominant right coronary artery (RCA) (Figure 2) that was partially supplemented by retrograde path from a left coronary system, which was roughly infiltrated with no significant main branches stenosis.
In a study on giant aneurysms, Roccatagliata et al (2) observed the evolution to aneurysmal thrombotic occlusion in 39.
The original work of Obernosterer reported 31 of 97 patients with DVT, demonstrated thrombotic occlusion of iliac veins.
Despite the lack of a stuttering thrombotic occlusion of an epicardial coronary artery during an AMI induced by plaque rupture, our investigation of biomarkers after TASH is a valuable model because it closely mimics the pathophysiology of AMI and allows a chronological assignment of biomarker release in relation to the initiation of myocardial infarction.
During laparotomy it was determined that she had a gangrenous small bowel in conjunction with thrombotic occlusion of her superior mesenteric vein.
According to Dinwiddie (2004), thrombotic occlusion rarely occurs without the warning signs of decreased blood flow, related increases in venous pressure, and decreases in arterial pressure readings.
Fibrin in the microcirculation eventually results in thrombotic occlusion of the vessels first within the kidneys and later other organs (Ray & Liu, 2001).