Study on Reaction of Subpapillary Venous Plexus in Patients with Arterial Occlusive Diseases of Lower Extremity by Reflective Spectrophotometry
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The supposition that the lower limb expands uniformly in circumference during venous occlusion has been investigated. The 3 compartments of the calf were found to expand to differing degrees depending on the volume of muscle within the compartment. The effect of this phenomenon on the...
- PLACE DE L'HYPERURICEMIE ET DE LA GOUTTE DANS L'ETIOLOGIE DES ACCIDENTS VASCULAIRES RETINIENS. Toone, W. M. // Angiology;Jun1967, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p403
Discusses the management of patients with arteriosclerotic occlusive vascular disease and poor distal arterial run-off condition. Performance of femoral arteriograms; Series of treatment administered to patients with poor distal run-off; Efficacy of lumbar sympathectomy.
- ENTRAPMENT OF THE POPLITEAL ARTERY AND ITS MANAGEMENT. Husni, E. A.; Ryu, C. K. // Angiology;Jul/Aug1971, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p380
Examines the relationship between the popliteal artery and medial head of the gastroenemius muscle. Methods of popliteal artery management; Presentation of a case of a patient with popliteal artery entrapment syndrome; Alternative logical surgical approach for the treatment of the disease.
- Komparativna analiza perfuzije tkiva donjih ekstremiteta metodom perfuzione scintigrafije nakon hiperbaricne oksigenacije i lumbalne simpatektomije. Zoranovic, Uro�; Jevtic, Miodrag; Jovanovic, Milan; Pucar, Dragan; Cizmic, Milica // Vojnosanitetski Pregled: Military Medical & Pharmaceutical Journ;Jul2009, Vol. 66 Issue 7, p563
Background/Aim. Lumbar syphatectomy (LS) increases pheripheral blood flow primarily by the arteriolar vasodilatation within the skin vascular net. Increase in tissue nutrition takes place only in the distal blood vessels of the skin. Nevertheless, in some patients sympathectomy brings about...
- Peripheral arterial occlusive disease and ischemic disease of the lower limbs are not the same condition. A proposed unambiguous Italian terminology for defining Peripheral arterial disease of lower limbs and related clinical/therapeutic implications. Meini, Simone; Melillo, Elio; Migliacci, Rino; Nicolosi, Gabriele; Panigada, Grazia; Landini, Giancarlo // Italian Journal of Medicine;2014, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p1
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- SURGICAL TREATMENT OF OCCLUSIVE ARTERIAL DISEASE OF THE LEGS. Metz, Peter; Sager, Philip; Hansen, Erik Hart // Vascular Surgery;Jan/Feb1975, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p1
During the period 1959-68, a total of 982 patients were submitted to treatment for arteriosclerotic vascular lesions in the lower limbs in Department M. Bispebjerg Hospital, Copenhagen. Conservative treatment solely was undertaken in 425 cases, while in addition 271 limbs were amputated after...
- Effect of single-leg resistance exercise on regional arterial stiffness. Heffernan, Kevin S.; Rossow, Lindy; Sae Young Jae; Shokunbi, Halidu G.; Gibson, Elizabeth M.; Fernhall, Bo // European Journal of Applied Physiology;Sep2006, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p185
To examine the effects of lower-limb unilateral resistance exercise on central and peripheral arterial stiffness, thirteen participants (7 male and 6 female, mean age = 21.5 Â± 0.7 years) performed leg press exercise using their dominant leg. Pulse wave velocity (PWV) was used to measure...
- A PLEA FOR THE CHRONIC ULCER PATIENT. Bauer, Gunnar // Angiology;Apr1950, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p229
Presents the concern of the author towards chronic ulcer. Information on peripheral arterial disease; Method of estimating the number of patients with chronic venous cases; Reason for which sufferers from chronic venous disease of the lower extremity as from arterial disease with leg symptoms.
- NEW CLINICAL APPROACH TO THE MANAGEMENT OF INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION (ANGINA CRURIS). Samuels, Saul S.; Shaftel, Herbert E. // Angiology;Dec1958, Vol. 9 Issue 6, p378
Examines a clinical approach to the management of intermittent claudication or angina cruris. Consideration of plethysmographic studies in judging the effect of vasodilating drugs on the peripheral circulation; Importance of supplementing vasodilators with tranquilizers; Description of the...