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intravascular diseminated coagulation

Jian Hu, Chong-wei Li, Ji-jun Ma, Jing Yin, Xiao-min Wang, Wen-yu Huang, Yong-mei Zhang
OBJECTIVE: To study the clinical manifestations of rheumatic disorders with macrophage activation syndrome (MAS) in children. METHODS: The authors characterized MAS by carrying out a retrospective study on patients who were identified during the past 12 years in Tianjin Children's Hospital. RESULTS: Six cases (4 females, 2 males) were studied. Four had typical systemic onset juvenile idiopathic arthritis (SOJIA), two had systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) with lupus nephritis...
November 2006: Zhonghua Er Ke za Zhi. Chinese Journal of Pediatrics
A E Cano, E Meaney
The heart and the lung make up an inseparable anatomic and functional unit. The changes in one affect the other and vice versa. In acute myocardial infarction a heart failure syndrome develops. This syndrome is characterized by passive pulmonary congestion, which leads to hypoxemia. This hypoxemia indicate the functional disturbance of the lung, and the hemodinamic evolution of the disease. Arterial gases determination is the best way to assess the sickness progression. A certain paralelism exists among the central venous saturation, cardiac insufficiency and the degree of pulmonary disfunction...
May 1975: Archivos del Instituto de CardiologĂ­a de MĂ©xico
V Becker
In 56 placentas there were fibrin clots in the vessels of the chorionic plate and the stem villi. Fifty infants survived. The fibrin clots in the relatively large placental vessels are considered to be the result of intrauterine shock. A similar pathogenetic concept is postulated as in the well-known diseminated fibrin thromboembolism which is evident in the visceral organs of children who died in the perinatal period. This identification of these fibrin clots in the vessels of the stem villi, especially in cases of so-called risk deliveries, allows the risk for newborn to be determined during their first days of life (hyaline-membrane disease, hemorrhagic diathesis, etc...
February 16, 1976: Virchows Archiv. A, Pathological Anatomy and Histology
H C Godal, F Brosstad, P Kierulf
Intravascular fibrin formation takes place during thrombus formation or by activation of coagulation in circulating blood. Incorporation of fibrin in thrombi may be detected by usine 125I-labelled fibrinogen. Soluble fibrin may be present during thrombophilic states or during thromboembolic complications and diseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC) and may be detected and quantitated by various techniques such as N-terminal amino acid analysi, chromatographic procedures and so-called paracoagulation test, using ethanol or protamine sulfate...
1977: Bibliotheca Haematologica
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