PERIPHERAL ARTERIOGRAPHY: A SURVEY OF THE NEWER TECHNIQUES AND PROBLEMS
- INTRASACCULAR WIRING OF ABDOMINALARTERIOSCLEROTIC AORTIC ANEURYSMS BY THE "PACK" METHOD. Linton, Robert R. // Angiology;Dec1951, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p485
Discusses the etiology of aneurysm of the abdominal aorta. Common causes of abdominal aortic aneurysms; Location of the arteriosclerotic type of aortic aneurysm; Means of performing the wiring of an abdominal aneurysm by direct exposure of the aneurysm through a transabdominal exposure under a...
- INJURY AND REPAIR IN ARTERIAL TISSUE. Bj�rkerud, S. // Angiology;Nov1974, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p636
Studies the effect of injury on arterial tissue. Concepts concerning the etiology of arterial disease; Proliferation occurred before degenerative changes; Examination of injury and repair of arterial tissue.
- Multiple Pulmonary Emboli Secondary to Femoral Vein Aneurysm. Traphagen, Donald W.; Ecklar, G. Patrick; Holden, Charles R. // Vascular Surgery;Jan/Feb1984, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p63
Presents a case report of a patient with multiple pulmonary emboli secondary to a popliteal vein aneurysm with associated thrombus. Medical history; Result of echacardiogram of the patient; Cause of the pulmonary emboli.
- BOX 13-1 DISORDERS OF ARTERIES. Scanlon, Valerie C.; Sanders, Tina // Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology;Jan2007, p294
Information on disorders of arteries from Chapter 13 of the book "Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology," is presented. Arteriosclerosis is a condition wherein the arteries lose their elasticity and their walls become weakened. Aneurysm is a sac or bubble that formed from a weak portion of an...
- Coronary Artery Aneurysms: A Report of 15 Cases. Dabizzi, R. P.; Padeletti, L.; Aiazzi, L.; Caprioli, G.; Baldrighi, V.; Fantini, F. // Vascular Surgery;Jan/Feb1978, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p18
Fifteen cases of coronary aneurysms are reported. Coronary arteriography demonstrated saccular aneurysms in 2 patients and fusiform, not poststenotic aneurysms in the others. Four patients underwent successful bypass surgery.
- The Significance of a Persistent Precordial ST Segment â‰¥ 0.1 mV Depression in Acute Inferior Myocardial Infarction (Coronary Angiographic and Ventriculographic Findings). Kouvaras, George; Spyropoulou, Mary; Bacoulas, George // Angiology;Jan1986, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p57
40 patients with acute inferior myocardial infarction (MI) associated with persistent precordial ST segment depression â‰¥ 0.1 mV underwent coronary arteriography and left ventriculography within 5â€“6 days of their admission. The inferior MI was the result of complete occlusion of the...
- CURRENT CONCEPTS OF RENAL ARTERIOGRAPHY. Marshall, Thos. R.; Ling, J. T. // Angiology;Mar1965, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p130
Percutaneous noncatheter brachial or axillary artery injection is the safest and simplest method of performing renal arteriography, especially in patients over 50 years of age. It is ideal for investigation of hypertensive patients with suspected renal artery disease. The Seldinger technique...
- THE CLINICAL USAGE OF CORONARY ARTERIOGRAPHY. Thal, Alan P. // Angiology;Jun1960 Part 2, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p238
The clinical usage of coronary arteriography is in performing over one hundred coronary arteriograms, there has been no significant morbidity and no deaths. Many of these patients had advanced coronary artery disease. In selected cases, this procedure offers information which cannot be obtained...
- SELECTIVE RENAL ARTERIOGRAPHY IN MULTIPLE RENAL ARTERIES. Gutman, Emil; Suk Soon Lee // Angiology;Feb1973, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p75
Understanding of the significance of the naked calyx sign is important to avoid an error in diagnosis. Aortography or repeated selective supernumerary renal arteriography is advised for complete renal angiography when a naked calyx sign is present. We expect to see it more often in hypertensive...