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Synonyms for infarct

localized necrosis resulting from obstruction of the blood supply

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Artery of Percheron infarct, albeit a very rare occurrence; has been previously reported keenly for the rarity of the Artery of Percheron variant in the population and the radiological challenges it poses.
Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DWI-MR) revealed a focal high intensity signal in the right precentral gyrus at high convexity with a cerebral infarct.
As infarct description and classification evolved, anything measuring smaller than 3 mm was classified as an infarct-like lesion and anything 3 mm or larger as a large infarct.
Decreased residual infarct size after AMI has shown to be directly correlated to reduced mortality and hospitalisations for heart failure.
Dawn E Saunders and others on measurement of infarct size using MRI in prediction of prognosis of MCA infarct, mean age of patients with cortical MCA territory infarct was 66.
The effect of long-term hypertension impairs microvascular function, inhibiting blood flow and slowing return perfusion to an area of infarct (Oh et al.
However, even when the correct diagnosis of venous infarct is made, controversy and uncertainty surrounding the best course of treatment make for a challenging discussion.
We encountered the rare case of an elderly patient who showed marked deterioration of the cognitive function and prolonged cognitive impairment after her first lacunar infarct at the right internal capsule.
The most frequent lesion observed in placentas at lower hemoglobin concentration is infarct, characterized by aggregation of the villi with marked narrowing, often obliteration of the intervillous space and coagulative necrosis of the villi11-12.
All patients underwent MRI to determine infarct and perfusion volume.
The risk factors along with difference in the number of infarct and intracerebral bleed is depicted in Table 3.
Measurements of infarct (scar) size, viable mass, and regional function also showed quantifiable improvements.
Capricor is now enrolling ALLSTAR Phase 2, a clinical trial evaluating the effectiveness of C AP1002 in reducing infarct size in patients who have suffered a myocardial infarction (heart attack) more than 30 days and less than 12 months prior to treatment with CAP-1002.
On average, infarct size decreased in the BMC and placebo groups between baseline and six months by 30 percent with a smaller reduction between six months and one year.