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36 Possible Causes for Arteriosclerosis, Malignant Hypertension, Retinal Vessels Attenuated

  • Hypertension

    Note the generalised tapetal retinal oedema and retinal vessel attenuation.[] When the hypertensinogenic factor cannot be reduced or eliminated, as with systolic hypertension induced by aging (arteriosclerosis), recognition of the underlying cause of[] Malignant Hypertension Causes High blood pressure is the main cause of malignant hypertension.[]

  • Acute Hypertensive Retinopathy

    The retinal vessels are attenuated and there are microvascular abnormalities in the posterior pole. There are scattered retinal hemorrhages.[] Arteriosclerosis does not exhibit any ocular symptoms.[] Design and method: Consensus from a working group on ’malignanthypertension.[]

  • Hypertensive Crisis

    If the retinal vasculature retains autoregulation ability, vessels will maintain a small caliber to cope with high blood pressure.[] In other types of hypertensive crisis the pathological changes are those of the benign hypertension i.e. hyaline arteriosclerosis.[] Consequently, arteriosclerosis tends simultaneously to increase SBP and decrease DBP, resulting in a widened pulse pressure.[]

  • Preeclampsia

    The presence of arteriosclerosis suggests a coexisting process, such as “essential” hypertension.[] vessel analysis and blood pressure measurements throughout gestation, he found that those who later developed preeclampsia had significant attenuation early in gestation.[] […] heart and chronic kidney disease 642.2 hemorrhage 641.9 hepatitis (acute) (malignant) (subacute) 646.7 viral 647.6 herniation of uterus 654.4 high head at term 652.5 hydatidiform[]

  • Vasculitis

    LESSONS: Medullary infarction is mostly caused by arteriosclerosis and vertebral arterial dissection.[] ABD. [53] Retinal vasculitis may be associated with sclerosis and attenuation of the vessel wall.[] ; Malignancies P25/23 Sjögren Pathology: 3 facets Capillaries & Endothelial cells Pathological features May be early pathological feature Malformation Increased permeability[]

  • Arterial Embolism

    Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal artery sparing Chronic signs of retinal artery occlusion include pale optic disc, thinned retinal tissue, attenuated vessels[] To avoid atherosclerotic events to be judged as recurrent paradoxical embolism, we prospectively excluded all patients with detectable arteriosclerosis from our series and[] Attention is called to a poorly recognized syndrome of neonatal renal arterial embolism, presumably from the ductus arteriosum, resulting in malignant hypertension, congestive[]

  • Optic Nerve Infarction

    vessels, peripapillary nerve fiber layer hemorrhages, cotton-wool spots, exudates, retinal folds (Paton’s lines), and absent venous pulsations (absent in 20% of normal individuals[] In some patients, that extra risk factor may be arteriosclerosis.[] […] of the retinal arterioles at outset ( Fig. 1a), implying that there may have been some additional compromise in the retinal centripetal vessels supplying the surface layer[]

  • Multi-Infarct Dementia

    […] genetics Intracranial Arteriosclerosis/pathology Magnetic Resonance Imaging Male Microcirculation/metabolism Middle Aged Mutation Pedigree Polymerase Chain Reaction/methods[] This cotton wool spot attenuates the appearance of the vessel lumen on angiography (B). (C) Retinal photography showing nerve fibre loss in a CADASIL patient (arrows).[] Multi-infarct dementia may also be complicated by death, but this generally results from associated conditions such as heart disease and malignancy.[]

  • Central Retinal Artery Occlusion

    (c) Fundus picture of the right eye 6 weeks later with pale disc and sclerosed attenuated retinal vessels.[] The most common medical problem associated with CRAO is arteriosclerosis, hardening of the arteries. Carotid artery disease is found in almost half the people with CRAO.[] As this patient is not having any prothrombotic state like diabetes, hypertension, atherosclerosis, hyperhomocysteinemia or any genetic disorders except malignancy.[]

  • Arterial Tortuosity Syndrome

    The retinal vessels were attenuated but not tortuous and exhibited mild atherosclerotic changes. The macula had areas of retinal pigment epithelial rarefaction.[] Lowell Langille}, journal {Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology}, year {2005}, volume {25 5}, pages { 957-62 } } Zane S.[] malignant nephrosclerosis.[]

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