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Noun1.arteriolosclerosis - sclerosis of the arterioles
induration, sclerosis - any pathological hardening or thickening of tissue
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26) Hippocampal sclerosis of aging has also been associated with pancerebral arteriolosclerosis, (27,28) consistent with earlier suggestions that vascular disease may be an important contributor to this condition.
Increasing the UA level in rats can lead to glomerular hypertension and renal disease such as the development of arteriolosclerosis and tubulointerstitial fibrosis.
The analyses showed that 46 percent of the participants who were suspected to have AD had moderate to severe atherosclerosis, with plaques in the larger arteries at the base of their brains obstructing blood flow, while 41 percent had arteriolosclerosis (often used interchangeably with atherosclerosis, this causes hardening of the smaller arteries) in their brains.
The study authors reported that higher levels of sleep disruption were associated with a 27 percent greater likelihood of having arteriolosclerosis.
It has previously been reported that the incidence rate of renal arteriolosclerosis is positively correlated with the degree and duration of hypertension.
Meanwhile, the hypertension also induces the arteriolosclerosis and fibrinoid necrosis of the wall, and even causes the microaneurysm, which is easily ruptured.
No Chronic (2006) (42) tubulo-interstitial nephritis, arteriolosclerosis Lima Verde et al.
b Peripheral chorioretinal atrophic scars following pan-retinal photocoagulation and arteriolosclerosis
Macroscopic infarcts were found in 150 (36%) of the 418 brains that were autopsied for the study, and 110 of those also had evidence of pathologies that can't be detected by conventional imaging, including microinfarcts, arteriolosclerosis, or both.