vasculopathy


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Related to vasculopathy: livedoid vasculopathy
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vas·cu·lop·a·thy

n. vasculopatía, cualquier enfermedad de los vasos sanguíneos.
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The cause of Alabama Rot, clinically known as idiopathic cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV), is still unknown.
The disease, officially called cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV), can affect all breeds, and its cause is still unknown.
The disease, officially called cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy, can affect all breeds, and its cause is still unknown.
GENEVA -- Careful skin examination in patients known to have systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) can reveal subtle findings indicative of systemic thrombotic vasculopathy warranting prompt initiation of long-term antiplatelet therapy, Dan Lipsker, MD, PhD, said in a plenary lecture at the annual congress of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology
The authors of the study suggest that vitamin D3 may be of clinical importance in the restoration of dysfunctional cardiac endothelium after heart attack, capillary endothelium after brain ischemia (stroke), hypovolemia, vasculopathy, diabetes and atherosclerosis.
Ophthotech also announced that it has initiated an open-label Phase 2a clinical trial evaluating Zimura in combination with anti-vascular endothelial growth factor therapy for idiopathic polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy, an age-related retinal disease.
KD is an acute febrile inflammatory vasculopathy with unknown mechanism that desires small and medium-sized arteries and can involve any organ with this vascular condition.
Anterior cerebral artery vasculopathy secondary to miliary TB
increase of inflammatory cytokines, tissue damage due to autoantibodies, non-inflammatory vasculopathy and recent stressful life events), the likelihood for psychiatric disorders, involving manic periods, increases (3).
Systemic findings that are associated with NF1 include malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors, optic gliomas, and vasculopathy.
Although fetal thrombotic vasculopathy diagnosis has been emphasized recently, (1-4) it is still an underrecognized, clinically important entity that should be identified during placental examination.
However, the long-term success of heart transplantation may be hampered by a typical coronary allograft vasculopathy, an inflammatory-proliferative process that is actually an accelerated atherosclerosis-like process affecting the coronary arteries of the grafted heart (2).