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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Ishibashi et al., "Elastin gene polymorphisms in neovascular age-related macular degeneration and polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy," Investigative Opthalmology and Visual Science, vol.
(1) Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV) features clinically distinguishable orange-reddish lesions beneath the RPE which are caused by dilation of abnormal choroidal vessels.
Background: Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV) is characterized by the presence of polyps with or without a branching vascular network and more prevalent among Asians.
These findings--such as lenticulostriate vasculopathy, choroid plexus cysts, subependymal cysts, and calcifications--do not usually indicate any problems, but they appeared in a quarter of this population, considerably more than the approximately 5% typically seen in the general population, Dr.
SCD is a serious, progressive and debilitating genetic disease caused by a mutation in the ?-globin gene that leads to the production of abnormal sickle hemoglobin, causing red blood cells to become sickled and fragile, resulting in chronic hemolytic anemia, vasculopathy and painful vaso-occlusive events.
Little is known about how the disease - also known as cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy (CRGV) - is spread but it doesn't discriminate and affects encourage continue their pet as normal David Walker dogs of all breeds and ages.
Fibrotic, avascular villi similar to those seen in CMV infection are also a hallmark of fetal thrombotic vasculopathy. Fetal thrombotic vasculopathy is defined by identifying 2 foci of 15 avascular/karyorrhectic terminal chorionic villi or by identifying 45 affected villi total.
The presence of vasculopathy and alcohol consumption was associated with a worse long-term prognosis.
The pathophysiologic processes involved in complicated pregnancies echo those of CAD and stroke: inflammation, altered angiogenesis, vasculopathy, thrombosis, and insulin resistance.
Livedoid vasculopathy, also known as atrophie blanche and PURPLE (painful purpuric ulcers with reticular pattern of the lower extremities) is a rare, chronic vascular condition.
Despite being first recognised in the 1980s, Alabama Rot (or Cutaneous Renal and Glomerular Vasculopathy as it is more formally known) is poorly understood.