NEW APPROACH TO PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DEFICIT
- CLINICAL EXPERIENCES WITH ISOXSUPRINE. Clarkson, I. S.; Le Pere, D. M. // Angiology;Jun1960 Part 1, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p190
With strictly a clinical office approach, isoxsuprine was used in the treatment of 100 patients with peripheral vascular disorders. Definite clinical improvement was obtained in 89 per cent of these patients. In our hands, isoxsuprine was found to be easy to administer, devoid of side effects in...
- Fractal and multifractal analysis of human retinal vascular network: a review. Ţălu, Ştefan; Giovanzana, Stefano // Human & Veterinary Medicine;Dec2011, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p205
The objective of this paper is to present a synthesis concerning the results obtained in fractal and multifractal analysis of vascular network geometry of the human retina. The numerical results are useful in mathematical models based on parametric representations, used in vitreo-retinal...
- Transcutaneous Oxygen Tension Behavior in the Different Stages of Peripheral Vascular Disease and Its Correlation With Ankle/Arm Pressure Ratio and Calf Blood Flow. Mannarino, Elmo; Maragoni, Giorgio; Pasqualini, Leonella; Sanchini, Roberto; Rossi, Pietro; Orlandi, Ugo // Angiology;Jun1987, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p463
The practical utility of transcutaneous oxygen tension (TcPO2) has been evaluated in 22 normal subjects and in 54 patients suffering from peripheral vascular disease (PVD) at various stages (II, III, IV), to define its clinical use in the diagnosis of PVD. Basal TcPO2 values can distinguish...
- Noninvasive Therapy May Save Legs. // Medical Update;2005, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p4
Presents the results of a study on the application of cryoplasty therapy for peripheral vascular disease as of March 2005. Effect of the therapy on leg arteries clogged with plaque; Chemical used in the therapy; Availability of the therapy in the U.S.
- Tc 99m imaging useful for evaluating peripheral vascular disease. // Geriatrics;May1993, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p23
This article reports that technetium Tc 99m sestamibi appears to be useful for the evaluation of peripheral vascular disease, a recent study shows. Functional evaluation of the muscular perfusion of the lower extremities is important for accurate diagnosis and appropriate intervention in...
- THE TREATMENT OF SOME PROBLEM CASES OF THROMBOEMBOLIC DISEASE WITH FIBRINOLYSIN. Harloe, John P. // Angiology;Aug1959 Part 2, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p283
Describes the cases of individuals presented with thrombophlebitis. History of the patients' condition; Medical examinations; Treatment administered in patients.
- Sympathectomy for Peripheral Vascular Sclerosis. de Takats, Geza // Angiology;Apr1954, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p133
Examines the applicability of sympathectomy for peripheral vascular sclerosis patients. Clinical evidence that muscular vasoconstriction is under sympathetic control; Basis for the selection of patients for the procedure; Increase in collateral circulation after the operation.
- Therapeutic, Hemodynamic, and Metabolic Effects of Hyperbaric Oxygenation in Peripheral Vascular Disease. Visoná, Adriana; Lusiani, Luigi; Rusca, Fabrizio; Barbiero, Damiano; Ursini, Fulvio; Pagnan, Antonio // Angiology;Nov1989, Vol. 40 Issue 11, p994
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy HBT) consists of inhaling 100% oxygen under pressure exceeding atmospheric pressure. Patients with various degrees of peripheral vascular disease (stages II, III, and IV according to Fontaine's classification) were treated with HBT. Clinical symptoms improved in 70%....
- AN EVALUATION OF SOME DIHYDROGENATED ALKALOIDS OF ERGOT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASES. Popkin, Roy J. // Angiology;Apr1951, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p114
1. The dihydrogenated alkaloids of ergot in equimixture known as CCK 179, consisting of dihydroergocornine, dihydroergocristine and dihydroergocristine, have been found to be adjuncts in the treatment of chronic peripheral vascular disease. 2. Statistically significant improvement was noted in...