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673 Possible Causes for Attenuated Arteries

  • Arterial Thrombosis

    TFPI in attenuating arterial thrombus formation.[] Rg1 inhibits platelet activation via the inhibition of ERK pathway, and attenuates arterial thrombus formation in vivo.[] […] in vivo arterial thrombosis.[]

  • Congenital Stationary Night Blindness

    Fundus photographs of affected individuals in both the families appeared normal, with no signs of attenuated arteries or bone spicule pigmentation.[]

  • Panax Ginseng

    We tested the hypothesis that a 7-day supplementation of panax ginseng and salvia miltiorrhiza prior to an acute eccentric exercise could attenuate arterial stiffening.[] Plasma creatine kinase concentration increased significantly at 24 h in both groups but the magnitude of increase was attenuated in the herb group.[] Arterial stiffness as measured by carotid-femoral pulse wave velocity increased significantly at 24 h in the placebo group but such increase was absent in the herb group.[]

  • Secondary Hypoparathyroidism

    Karger AG, Basel References Vo TM, Disthabanchong S: Are there ways to attenuate arterial calcification and improve cardiovascular outcomes in chronic kidney disease?[]

  • Metastasis

    Hepatic NET metastasis and HCC showed significant differences in arterial attenuation (P   0.003), iodine uptake (P   0.001), NIU (P   0.001), and LPR (P   0.003).[] For each lesion, arterial-phase attenuation values and DECT quantitative parameters, including iodine uptake, fat fraction, normalized iodine uptake (NIU), and lesion-to-liver-parenchyma[] attenuation analysis (sensitivity, 79%; specificity, 80%) (P   0.016).[]

  • Pulmonary Embolism

    Clot attenuation at CTPA may be a potential imaging biomarker for predicting pulmonary artery pressure improvement after CDT.[] Attenuation measurements on CTPA showed the highest attenuation values in the main pulmonary artery (442.01   187.64).[] This study examined the potential correlation between pulmonary embolism (PE) attenuation on computed tomography pulmonary angiography (CTPA) and pulmonary artery hemodynamic[]

  • Splenic Artery Aneurysm

    Histologic examination of the both vessels wall showed severe morphologic changes of degeneration together with an attenuation of arterial internal elastica.[] The former splenic artery aneurysm were measuring 1 cm in diameter and the latter splenic artery aneurysm 5.5 x 5 x 2 cm in size.[]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 41

    (46 y) Visual field loss (58 y) 6/6–6/6 (19 y) HM-6/6 (46 y) BEM (46 y) Macular atrophy (56 y) Peripheral pigment (46 y) Attenuated arteries (58 y) Pale disc (58 y) Macular[] Complete loss OS 2–3 (58 y) NP CIV:1 F 41 Reading difficulties (24 y) 6/6–6/15 (24 y) 6/6–6/15 (24 y) 6/60–6/60 (39 y) BEM (24 y) Macular atrophy (39 y) Attenuated arteries[] arteries (58 y) ( Fig 3 ) NP Undetectable rod and cone responses (55 y) NP OD 60 OS 50 (58 y) NP CIII:1 F 58 Photopsia (35 y) Reading difficulties (45 y) Night blindness[]

  • Pulsus Alternans

    […] with an elevation in pulmonary artery pressure.[] Attenuation of pulsus alternans has been rarely reported and may represent further deterioration of ventricular function.[] Following coronary angiography in a patient with cardiomyopathy and pulsus alternans, we observed a transient but marked attenuation of the alternation in pulse pressure associated[]

  • Retinitis Pigmentosa 37

    The classic signs of the disease are “bone spicule” pigmentation (representing perivascular accumulation of the pigment epithelium melanin), thin attenuated arteries, and[]

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