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N Torma, I I Kopolovets, V Sihotsky, M Kubikova, E S Butsko, M Frankovicova
Own experience of extraanatomical reconstruction, made for atherosclerotic affection of the aortal arch branches, was analyzed. A subclavian artery (SA) transposition into common carotid artery (CCA) was conducted for symptomatic subtotal stenosis or occlusion of the SA I segment. While extension of atherosclerotic process beyond boundaries of the SA I segment or technical difficulties a carotid-subclavian shunting was preferred. Carotid-carotid shunting was applied in necessity of revascularization of extracranial arteries before endovascular implantation of a stent-graft down to aortal arch with closure of the left CCA branching...
February 2016: Klinichna Khirurhiia
S F Agarkov, Mokhamed Ikbal
We enrolled 153 patients with Ischemic Heart Disease admitted to general hospital: 33--with aterosclerotic cardiosclerosis, 70--with acute myocardial infarction (AMI), 17--with postinfarctial cardiosclerosis, 33--with unstable angina. 30 control subjects (middle aged men and women) were recruited. Exhaled breath temperature (Te), ambient temperature (Tam) and axillaris temperature (Tax) were measured. The predicted expired air temperature (prTe) and three pneumothermometric indexes were calculated: index ThetaEAT-(Te-Tam)/(prTe-Tam); index DeltaEAT-(Tax-Te)/(Tax-prTe); index lamdaEAT-(Te-predTe)/(Te-predTe)...
October 2010: Likars'ka Sprava
H S Cabin, W C Roberts
The amount of cross-sectional area narrowing by atherosclerotic plaques in each 5 mm long sement of the left main, left anterior descending, left circumflex, and right coronary arteries was analyzed at necropsy in 15 patients with type II hyperlipoproteinemia (HLP), in 13 with type IV HLP, and in 10 with known normal lipoprotein patterns. All 38 study patients had clinical evidence of coronary heart disease. Of the 2593 five mm segments examined histologically, narrowing of 76% to 100% in cross-sectional area by aterosclerotic plaques was as follows: type II = 39%, type IV = 67%, and normal lipoprotein pattern = 35% (controls = 4%)...
January 1981: American Heart Journal
J M Pisco, M O dos Santos, V M Carvalheiro, G M Pego, J M Martins, A M Baptista, V Garcia, H V Ramos
In the 59 hypertensive patients submitted to percutaneous transluminal angioplasty (PTA) of the renal artery, there was an immediate success in the blood pressure in 91.5% and a later one of 79.6%. In these patients we obtained better results: 81.4% in the unilateral lesions, more than in the bilateral ones--72.7%; 82.5% in the renal artery trunk lesions, more than in the ostium ones--71.4%; 88.9% in the lesions of fibromuscular origin, more than in the aterosclerotic ones--75%; 84.4% in up to 55 years old patients, more than in older ones--71...
May 1992: Acta M├ędica Portuguesa
Y Watanabe, T Ito, T Kondo
We attempted the breeding experiment in order to establish an inbred strain of disease model animal derived from a spontaneously hyperlipidemic rabbit (HLR). The clinical, pathological features and breeding results of HLR strain were as follows; 1) A prominent clinical feature of this strain was conspicuous elevation of serous lipid ingredients including cholesterol (S-ch), beta-lipoprotein (beta-LP). The S-ch level was 400 +/- 70 mg/dl, the beta-LP level 9.1 +/- 1.5 unit and the total lipid 1146 +/- 270 mg/dl in the HLR strain...
January 1977: Jikken Dobutsu. Experimental Animals
N A Kir'ianov
The results of 97 autopsy cases of lymphogranulomatosis showed the causes of death to be either progression of the disease (78 cases), complications of treatment (12) or other diseases (7). The immediate causes of death in the progression of the disease were toxicity (29%), pulmonary insufficiency (22%), pulmonary-cardial insufficiency (12%), hepatic insufficiency (21%), peritonitis (3.4%), sepsis (5.8%), uremia (3.4%), posthemorrhagic anemia (1.7%), cerebral edema (1.7%). The immediate causes of death in complications of therapy were secondary infection (5 cases), posthemorrhagic anemia (3), pulmonary insufficiency (3), cerebral edema (1)...
1979: Arkhiv Patologii
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