aortitis


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aortitis

[‚ā‚ȯr′tīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the aorta.
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sup][22] reported one case with latent syphilis presenting as generalized lymphadenopathy and probable aortitis.
La lista de posibles causas de aortitis tambien es larga y heterogenea e incluye nuevamente procesos infecciosos, eoplasicos, autoinmunes e inflamatorios diversos (Tabla 4)
Se recomienda tratar a todos los pacientes sintomaticos con ER-IgG4 sintomatica y/o evidencia laboratorial o radiologica que sugiera disfuncion organica, especialmente y de manera urgente ante las siguientes manifestaciones: aortitis, fibrosis retroperitoneal, estenosis biliares proximales en colangitis esclerosante, nefritis tubulointersticial, paquimeningitis, pancreatitis autoinmune y pericarditis.
nova complex organisms include bacteremia, catheter-related bacteremia, aortitis, implantable defibrillator pocket infection, prosthetic hip joint infection, anterior scleritis, sinusitis, central nervous system infection, liver infection, primary cutaneous disease and disseminated disease [12].
It causes ascending aortitis, aortic regurgitation, coronary ostial stenosis and aortic medial necrosis and can therefore present with heart failure, angina pectoris and aortic aneurysm.
Aortitis due lo salmonella: Report of 10 cases and comprehensive review of the literature.
One patient with aortitis caused by ceftriaxone-resistant S.
One of the most feared complications of salmonella is the development of infectious endarteritis, which is also known as infectious aortitis or mycotic aneurysm.
This group of infections causes various disfiguring skin lesions and rashes; long-term infection can result in deformations of bone and nasopharyngeal tissue, aortitis, and other destructive lesions (1).
Acquired aortic disorders include atherosclerosis, aortitis (aortic inflammation, sometimes caused by syphilis or healing from physical trauma) and trauma.
Tertiary syphilis describes disease presenting with late manifestations, encompassing cardiovascular features such as aortitis with aneurysm formation, late neurologic sequelae, and formation of gummas (indolent, destructive lesions occurring in any organ but chiefly involving skin, bone, and liver).