TITLE

HEMODYNAMIC ARTERIOPATHY

AUTHOR(S)
Palma, Eduardo C.
PUB. DATE
June 1959
SOURCE
Angiology;Jun1959, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p134
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Hemodynamic arteriopathy is the segmentary lesion of an artery resulting from its abnormal contact with a hard tissue. The constantly repeated trauma due to the systolic expansion gradually modifies the wall of the artery, which thickens, and the lumen decreases and finally becomes obliterated by thrombosis. Hemodynamic arteriopathy has been induced experimentally in dogs. At present, there seem to be four localisations of this process: femoral hemodynamic arteriopathy, starting in Hunter's canal; subclavian hemodynamic arteriopathy due to faulty crutches; axillary hemodynamic arteriopathy due to faulty crutches; and hemodynamic arteriopathy due to an abnormal bony callus. The pathology, etiology, symptoms and arteriograms of the disease have been studied. In the treatment of the disorder, best results have been obtained with grafts.
ACCESSION #
16388656

 

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