neovascularization


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Related to neovascularization: Corneal neovascularization
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ne·o·vas·cu·lar·i·za·tion

n. neovascularización, proliferación anormal de nuevos vasos sanguíneos como reacción a la isquemia.
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By week 3, all 10 patients treated with pegaptanib showed a marked regression of retinal neovascularization (nine total, one partial), as assessed by slit-lamp biomicroscopy, fundus photography, and fluorescein angiography.
this month about a new treatment for peripapillary subretinal neovascularization, a type of age related mascular degeneration.
Smith was selected by the prize committee for her academic, research, surgical, and clinical contributions to the field of ophthalmology, particularly the areas of retinal angiogenesis and neovascularization.
The discovery that the molecule, called tenascin-C, helps direct clot-induced cardiac neovascularization solves a 30-year-old medical riddle.
Research suggests that it also possesses the anti- angiogenic property relevant to cancer and neovascularization disorders.
Trans Genic expects that the knockout mice will play a role in the process of screening and assessing candidate compounds for neovascularization with the aim of contributing to drug development.
Intravitreous injections of pegaptanib, an agent that blocks the activity of vascular endothelial growth factor, arrest the loss of visual acuity in patients with age-related macular degeneration due to choroidal neovascularization, according to Evangelos S.
Briefly, ESWT involves using high-intensity sound waves to initiate a process of tissue repair called neovascularization.
The first week of healing is critical because it is then that extravasation of blood and serum from the wound and neovascularization occur.
The patent, entitled "Use of Imidazole for the Treatment of Diseases Characterized by Neovascularization," protects the use of specific small molecules in a class of compounds called imidazoles for the treatment of angiogenic conditions where neovascularization (new blood vessel formation) contributes to the progression of the disease by supplying nourishment to the diseased area.
Growth factors, like VEGF, are the molecular signals for neovascularization to begin in AMD patients.
MC: Researchers are looking at a wide variety of therapies and agents--including steroids, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDs), and other therapies working at the cellular level--to stop the neovascularization process.