endarteritis


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Related to endarteritis: periarteritis, endarteritis obliterans

endarteritis

[¦end‚ärt·ə′rīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the lining (tunica intima) of an artery.
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In the case we have reported, the risk factors for endarteritis were hypertension, chronic HCV hepatitis and chronic alcohol consumption.
Treponema pallidum:en cuanto a la MR debida a sifilis, se debe interrogar sobre las practicas sexuales y las lesiones genitales o cutaneas en general; asimismo, averiguar si hay antecedentes de demencia o de infartos cerebrales debidos a endarteritis.
In adults, a complication of bacteremia due to the infection is the development of infectious endarteritis, i.
Histology shows obliterative endarteritis involving the vasa vasora of the major vessels.
A nivel placentario provoca aumento del grosor de las vellosidades, disminucion de sus vasos sanguineos por endarteritis y proliferacion de celulas del estroma.
Treponema pallidum results mainly in a small vessel endarteritis but can also affect the medium and large arteries.
One of the most feared complications of salmonella is the development of infectious endarteritis, which is also known as infectious aortitis or mycotic aneurysm.
Radiation may cause obliterating endarteritis, resulting in decreased blood supply to the tissues.
We reviewed the pathologic specimens of this case and confirmed the presence of abundant giant cells, endarteritis
A case of calcification of arteries and obliterative endarteritis, associated with hydronephrosis, in a child aged six months.