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2,242 Possible Causes for Cerebral Embolism, Narrow Hands, Retinal Arteriovenous Nipping

  • Arteriosclerosis

    If they show white spots, it could indicate that your leg arteries are narrowed down and not enough blood can reach your feet.[] , and circulatory collapse Atheroembolism: Livedo reticularis, gangrene, cyanosis, ulceration, digital necrosis, GI bleeding, retinal ischemia, cerebral infarction, and renal[] Fist Test: 1) Lift both hands above your head 2) Make fists with firm pressure. 3) Open and close fists 10 times. 4) Ask someone to h old your wrists firmly. 5) Open and close[]

  • Coronary Atherosclerosis

    Peripheral artery disease where narrowing of the arteries affects the legs, feet, arms, and hands—typically predicts CAD.[] The images show the diameter of the coronary arteries and any blockages narrowing them. Coronary angiography is an invasive test.[] In experienced hands, the risk of complications is less than 1%; however, it is the only test that helps a cardiologist to determine precisely whether to treat you with bypass[]

  • Hypertensive Heart Disease

    Cerebral: a) Increased intracranial pressure (trauma, inflammation, tumours) ; b) Anxiety states ; c) Lesions of brainstem (poliomyelitis etc.) 3.[] Renal: a) Vascular disease (arteriosclerosis, polyarteritis nodosa, mechanical obstruction attributable to thrombosis, embolism, tumours etc) ; b) Parenchymal renal disease[]

    Missing: Narrow Hands
  • Hypertension

    In arterioles, on the other hand, decreases in the density of blood vessels (rarefaction) and in vasomotion amplitude may play a more important role than reductions in lumen[] […] or was even decreased in hypertensive rats, exaggerated transmural pressures resulted in the isolated blood vessels as a consequence of the law of Laplace because of the narrowed[]

    Missing: Cerebral Embolism
  • Stroke

    She improved significantly, and eight hours after tPA therapy, had only moderate expressive speech difficulties and mild hemiparesis on the right (dominant hand) side.[] Alcohol might contribute to stroke in several ways: induction of cardiac arrhythmias and cardiac wall motion abnormalities which predispose to cerebral embolism, induction[] Smoking causes your blood vessels to narrow and makes your blood more likely to clot.[]

    Missing: Retinal Arteriovenous Nipping
  • Atrial Fibrillation

    The operator's hand is emphasising a prominent branch, which is narrow and has an irregular edge.[] Evaluating patients with acute ischemic stroke with special reference to newly developed atrial fibrillation in cerebral embolism.[] Crossref Medline Google Scholar 30 Cerebral Embolism Study Group (CESG). Immediate anticoagulation of embolic stroke: a randomized trial. Stroke. 1983 ; 14 : 668–676.[]

    Missing: Retinal Arteriovenous Nipping
  • Lower Extremity Arteriosclerosis

    […] with platelet and thrombin aggregates into the cerebral circulation.[] Patients With Acute Stroke The prevalence of extracerebral vascular involvement in cases of cerebral infarction has been evaluated in a number of studies.[] Various mechanical devices to prevent embolization are under investigation.[]

    Missing: Narrow Hands
  • Aortic Valve Stenosis

    As the narrowing becomes more severe, however, they may develop fatigue, shortness of breath, palpitations (sense of racing heart beat), fainting, or chest pain during sports[] Complications congestive heart failure sudden cardiac death from arrhythmia aortic valve regurgitation calcified cerebral embolism Heyde syndrome valvular heart disease general[] […] aortic valve stenosis become irritable and have poor food intake, sweating while they are eating, difficulty breathing, an unnatural pale or gray color to the skin, cool hands[]

    Missing: Retinal Arteriovenous Nipping
  • Carotid Artery Aneurysm

    On the other hand, the changes around the aneurysm on the MRI were restricted within a very narrow region.[] CT showed he demonstrated a right hemispheric embolic stroke with a middle cerebral artery distribution.[] Chedgy ECP, Ward RD, Lagattolla NF (2010) Synchronous saccular and fusiform extracranial internal carotid artery aneurysms with ipsilateral cerebral embolism.[]

    Missing: Retinal Arteriovenous Nipping
  • Carotid Artery Dissection

    On the other hand, CT and MR angiography will most commonly show a narrowed lumen of the internal carotid artery, sometimes called a "flare".[] Whether cerebral ischemia is of embolic or hemodynamic origin remains to be determined.[] Pediatric oropharyngeal injuries can rarely be complicated by internal carotid artery injury with dissection, thrombosis, or embolization to the cerebral circulation.[]

    Missing: Retinal Arteriovenous Nipping