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roentgenographic examination of blood vessels after injection of a radiopaque contrast medium

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Studies have suggested that approximately 20% of patients who undergo uncomplicated cataract surgery develop angiographically proven PCMO, (7) although, a clinically significant decrease in visual acuity is seen only in about 1% of these eyes.
6,12,13,14) This study is done to define and describe the prevalence of premature coronary artery disease (PCAD) among angiographically proven CAD and to compare clinical characteristics as well as angiographic and biochemical features of young versus old patient with documented coronary artery disease.
The North America study said that the circulating SP-D levels were clearly associated with CVD and total mortality in patients with angiographically diagnosed coronary artery disease independent of other well-established risk factors.
MS patients with angiographically significant stenosis had a higher TIMI frame count than non-MS patients with angiographically significant stenosis.
Among 2,002 consecutive patients with stable angina and newly diagnosed, angiographically confirmed coronary artery disease, 26% had diabetes.
The controls included healthy individuals from the staff of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), residents of Delhi and surrounding areas (age >25 and <60 years) with no history of major infection, endocrine, metabolic, ischaemic heart disease, renal and cerebrovascular disorders and angiographically proven normal coronaries or with insignificant CAD according to the standard criteria.
PROSPECT results presented include the landmark finding that angiographically mild lesions with certain morphologic features on grayscale and VH IVUS present with a 3 year cardiac event rate of 17%, versus other morphologies (indistinguishable by conventional angiograms) with three year event risks of less than 1%.
Hence we took up a pilot study to evaluate the status of E-selectin S128R polymorphism in angiographically proven CAD patients in a tertiary care centre in north India and compared the allele frequencies between controls and CAD patients.
Lipid and protein oxidation and antioxidant status in patients with angiographically proven coronary artery disease.
Effect of Body Mass Index on Heart Rate Recovery in Men with Angiographically Patent Coronary Arteries
Cardiac allograft vasculopathy (CAV) is common after successful heart transplantation; the prevalence of angiographically detectable CAV at one, three and five years after transplantation in cyclosporine treated patients is 14%, 37% and 50% respectively (1).
The study subjects had angiographically normal coronary arteries, and those had a chronic health condition, regular smokers, renal, hepatic and thyroid diseases, hypertension, blood clotting disorders, peripheral vascular disease, drug and alcohol abuse problems were eliminated from the study.
Both physicians were investigators in the DEFER study, which evaluated the appropriateness of stenting a coronary stenosis (abnormal narrowing) that appears to be angiographically significant but is not restricting blood flow enough to cause symptoms.
This article describes the two distinct patterns of spontaneous and angiographically negative NASAH: the perimesencephalic hemorrhage pattern and the aneurysmal hemorrhage pattern.