ARTERIAL CIRCULATION IN OBLITERATIVE ARTERIAL DISEASE OF THE LIMBS
- ARTERIAL CIRCULATION IN OBLITERATIVE ARTERIAL DISEASE OF THE LIMBS. Malan, Edmundo; Puglionisi, A.; Aschieri, F.; Tattoni, G.; Malchiodi, C. // Angiology;Dec1956, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p495
Examines the arterial circulation in obliterative arterial disease of the limbs. Factors affecting the pressure of the circulating blood; Assessment on the blood flow in peripheral resistance; Importance of information on segmentary pressure with or without collateral circulation.
- Split Right Coronary Artery. Sawaya, Fadi J.; Sawaya, Jaber I.; Angelini, Paolo // Texas Heart Institute Journal;2008, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p477
We report here, for perhaps the 1st time in the English-language literature, the extent of the territory fed by the anterior bifurcation of the (anomalous) split right coronary artery (RCA). A 64-year-old man presented with an occlusion of the anterior bifurcation of a split RCA--which resulted...
- Physiopathology and Pharmacotherapy of Occlusive Arterial Disorders. de Mey, Christian; Wellens, Donald; Vanhoutte, Paul M. // Angiology;Jul1979, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p433
Focuses on physiology and pharmacotherapy of occlusive arterial disorders. Metabolic demands of the tissues; Effects of resulting ischemia; Tissue function effects.
- Acute Peripheral Arterial Occlusion: A New Approach to the Diagnosis. Tanga, M. R. // Angiology;Feb1974, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p155
A simple and safe method to locate the site of acute peripheral arterial occlusion is described. This test should be used as a supplement to the already available methods.
- IMPROVEMENT OF THE FLOW PROPERTIES OF BLOOD: A NEW THERAPEUTICAL APPROACH IN OCCLUSIVE ARTERIAL DISEASE. Ehrly, Albrecht M. // Angiology;Mar1976, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p188
The general pathophysiological basis in occlusive arterial disease is tbe reduced How rate of blood in the microcirculation. Blood flow in the ischemic tissue can be increased by improving the How properties of blood. The fibrinogen concentration of blood and the deformability of red cells are...
- Assessment of Aortic Pathology and Peripheral Arterial Disease Using Multidetector Computed Tomographic Angiography. Lin, Peter H.; Bechara, Carlos; Kougias, Panagiotis; Huynh, Tam T.; LeMaire, Scott A.; Coselli, Joseph S. // Vascular & Endovascular Surgery;Dec2008/Jan2009, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p583
The development of multidetector computed tomography represents a remarkable diagnostic advancement because this imaging modality has been widely used in the evaluation of the cardiovascular system. With scanner- adjusted image acquisition and contrast medium administration, multidetector...
- Clinical and Roentgenologic Features of the Hand and Fingers in Thoracic Outlet Compression. Lemmens, H. A. J. // Vascular Surgery;Mar/Apr1980, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p87
Narrowing of the cervico-axillar canal by costoclavicular compression, as well as by cervical ribs, is a potential danger to the circulation of hand and fingers because of the possibility of microembolic showers. Lesser impairment of finger circulation, for instance the occlusion of one digital...
- Treatment of Severe Arterial Occlusive Disease by Epidural Spinal Electrical Stimulation. Steude, U.; Abendroth, D.; Sunder-Plassmann, L. // Vascular Surgery;Sep1992, Vol. 26 Issue 7, p569
In 10 cases with advanced vascular occlusive disease the effect of epidural spinal electrical stimulation (ESES) on peripheral circulation has been tested by use of transcutaneous oxygen measurement (TCPO2), telethermography, and laser- speckle measurements. The values in all cases increased....
- Influence of venous emptying on the reactive hyperemic blood flow response. Bahadir, Zeki; Tisdell, Eric; Arce Esquivel, Arturo A.; Dobrosielski, Devon A.; Welsch, Michael A. // Dynamic Medicine;2007, Vol. 6, p3
Background: Previous research indicates that venous emptying serves as a stimulus for vasodilation in the human forearm. This suggests the importance of recognizing the potential influence of venous volume on reactive hyperemic blood flow (RHBF) following occlusion. The purpose of this study was...