Spontaneous Bilateral Brachial Artery Thrombosis
- AXILLARY ARTERY THROMBOSIS DUE TO CRUTCH TRAUMA. Schramek, A.; Hashmonai, M.; Abrahamson, J. // Angiology;Jul/Aug1974, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p467
The use of a single crutch with weight bearing and pressure on the axilla is presented as a cause of thrombotic occlusion of the axillary artery in two cases. Detachment of the intima was present in both cases. Resection of the torn intima and fixation of its distal edges in one case and...
- Aortic Valve Stenosis as a Cause of Major Systemic Embolism. Kaul, Harald; Gutzwiller, Jean-Pierre; Schneider, Kurt; Dirsch, Olaf; H�usermann, Markus // Angiology;Mar1998, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p231
This is the first documented case of a patient suffering from embolic occlusion of the left brachial artery caused by a large embolus growing on a lesion of a stenosed calcified aortic valve. Supported by their own additional observations the authors suggest that severe calcified aortic valve...
- COMPLEX RADIODIAGNOSIS AND SURGICAL TREATMENT OF THE PATIENTS WITH THROMBOSIS OF INFERIOR VENA CAVA SYSTEM. Muminov, Shukhrat; Dadamyantc, Natalya; Abdullaev, Sherali; Yuldoshev, Abror; Seydaliev, Amet; Djalalov, Farruh // Medical & Health Science Journal;Apr2011, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p57
Despite of much effort, taken to improve diagnosis technologies, examination and development of the tactics for treatment of patients with acute inferior vena cava (IVC) thrombosis remain to be insufficiently understood. In period from 2003 there were examined and treated 572 patients with...
- CASE & COMMENT: A painter with pain and swelling of the upper arm. Khan, Rashid; Garg, Rajeev; Chandrasekhar, Chitra; Mehta, Niraj // Patient Care for the Nurse Practitioner;Oct2006, Vol. 9 Issue 10, p8
The article focuses on the case of a 46-year-old man, who is a painter, presented to the emergency department complaining of pain and swelling in his left upper arm. The patient's chest radiograph and CT angiogram were normal, but a transverse ultrasound view of his left subclavian vessels...
- INTERMITTENT CLAUDICATION AT AN EARLY AGE, DUE TO AN ANOMALOUS COURSE OF THE POPLITEAL ARTERY. Hamming, J. J. // Angiology;Oct1959, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p369
A report is presented on the case history of a 12-year-old boy with the typical symptoms of intermittent claudication, caused by an anomaly in the course of the right popliteal artery, with secondary thrombosis. Surgical correction led to complete recovery.
- The ABCs of DVT. Sprizza, Lori; Witko, Audrey // MEDSURG Nursing;Dec2003, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p403
Provides information on deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Factors that initiate the clotting process in the blood and increase the likelihood of clot formation; Clinical symptoms and signs of DVT; Nursing implications.
- Deep vein thrombosis. Watkins, Jean // Practice Nursing;Aug2009, Vol. 20 Issue 8, p409
The article offers information on the common symptoms of deep vein thrombosis (DVT). A study found that over 70% of patients with clinically suspected DVT are found to have some other cause for their symptoms. Deaths associated with such conditions are related to the complication of a pulmonary...
- Treatment of Hemodialysis Access Failure: A Role for Thrombolysis. Sands, Jeffrey J.; Miranda, Carol L. // Clinical & Applied Thrombosis/Hemostasis;Summer1996, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p164
Thrombosis of hemodialysis accesses remains a major source of morbidity, hospitalization, and expense for patients with end-stage renal disease. Treatment of hemodialysis accesses includes strategies to prevent access failure and methods for treating acute thromboses. Such techniques as Doppler...
- LATE SEQUELA OF ARTERIOSCLEROTIC FEMORAL ANEURYSMS. Tolstedt, G. E.; Radke, H. M.; Bell, J. W. // Angiology;Dec1961, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p601
Examines late sequela of arteriosclerotic femoral aneurysms. Emphasis on the frequency of thrombosis; Treatment with surgical excision; Finding that the cases of common femoral artery aneurysm have thrombosed which may be associated with abdominal aortic and popliteal artery aneurysms.