veno-occlusive


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veno-occlusive

a. venoclusivo-a, rel. a una obstrucción venosa.
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Before performing lung biopsy, PCH should be differentiated from pulmonary veno-occlusive disease (PVOD), which is the potential cause of profound hypoxemia, and the notable clinical manifestation is also exertional dyspnea.
Severe side effects of Mylotarg include low blood counts, infections, liver damage, blockage of the veins in the liver (hepatic veno-occlusive disease), infusion-related reactions, and severe bleeding (hemorrhage).
However, from the pathology standpoint, 3 distinct pathologic patterns might be found in those patients: plexogenic pulmonary arteriopathy, recurrent pulmonary thromboembolic disease, and pulmonary veno-occlusive disease (PVOD).
Additionally, veno-occlusive liver disease was observed more frequently in patients treated with inotuzumab ozogamicin, especially those who went on to receive hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
Our research is the first to document the existence of pulmonary veno-occlusive disease, or PVOD, in dogs," said Kurt Williams, the lead author of the study and an expert in respiratory pathology in MSU's College of Veterinary Medicine.
veno-occlusive disease of liver, hepatic vein thrombosis
Comfrey herb tea-induced hepatic veno-occlusive disease.
He was the first to identify finger clubbing as a sign of cirrhosis of the liver (published in The Lancet) and also the first to recognise that veno-occlusive disease of the liver could occur outside Jamaica (published in papers in the BMJ).
Pulmonary vascular disease includes embothrombolism, congestion, hypertension, veno-occlusive disease, and AVM (PAVM).
Core vascular-based procedures include catheter-directed treatment of peripheral arterial disease, dysfunctional hemodialysis access, vascular malformations, arterial bleeding, portal hypertension, veno-occlusive disorders, venous insufficiency, varicoceles and tumors (eg, arterial embolization, gene therapy), in addition to placement of temporary and permanent vascular access catheters.
Dry gangrene often originates from ischemia (3) or a veno-occlusive disease.
Aside from SCD as a cause of PH, extensive research and ample literature over the last 50 years have greatly expanded the number of clinical disorders known to cause PH, including pulmonary capillary hemangiomatosis, veno-occlusive disease, interstitial lung disease, sarcoidosis, chronic obstructive lung disease, left heart dysfunction, and individuals harboring a bone morphogenic protein receptor type 2 (BMPR2) mutation.