Takayasu's arteritis

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Synonyms for Takayasu's arteritis

disorder characterized by the absence of a pulse in both arms and in the carotid arteries

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Pregnancy in Takayasu arteritis from the view of internal medicine.
Effects of glucocorticoids and tumor necrosis factor-alpha inhibitors on both clinical and molecular parameters in patients with Takayasu arteritis.
Cerebrovascular manifestations of Takayasu arteritis in Europe.
Takayasu arteritis (TA) is a rare systemic vasculitis characterized by nonspecific inflammation of the aorta and its major branches such as the carotid artery, the subclavian artery, the pulmonary artery, and the coronary artery.
Assessment of latent tuberculosis infection in Takayasu arteritis with tuberculin skin test and Quantiferon-TB Gold test.
Advances in the medical and surgical treatment of Takayasu arteritis.
Giant cell (temporal) arteritis and Takayasu arteritis are included in this class.
Clinical manifestations of Takayasu arteritis in India and Japan: new classification of angiographic findings.
In fact, increased PTX 3 levels have been observed in the serum of patients with several diseases affecting blood vessels, such as small-vessel vasculitis (6), Takayasu arteritis in the active stage (7) and acute coronary syndrome (8, 9).
18]F] fluorodeoxyglucose-positron emission tomography either alone or in combination with contrast-enhanced CT or MR angiography, has been described as being useful in giant cell aortitis and Takayasu arteritis [3], and may be useful in infectious aortitis as well.
2 Acquired MAS is associated with neurofibromatosis, William's syndrome, Alagille syndrome, fibromuscular dysplasia, retroperitoneal fibrosis (Ormond disease), mucopolysaccharidosis, foetal alcohol syndrome and giant cell arteritides including temporal (cranial) and Takayasu arteritis.
Subclavian steal sindrome secondary to Takayasu arteritis.
It's called Takayasu arteritis, an inflammatory disease that affects the aorta and its branches.