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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Amber Malik from Shaikh Zayed Hospital Lahore discussed case series of Takayasu disease in hypertension.
A broader histologic differential would include systemic lupus erythematosus, acute rheumatic carditis, rheumatoid nodules, Takayasu disease, Wegener granulomatosis, giant cell arteritis, syphilis, Erdheim-Chester disease, and ischemic cardiomyopathy.
Umbilical artery Doppler flow 1 Tuberculous pericarditis 1 Takayasu disease 1 Myocardial ischaemia 1 Left ventricular hypertrophy 1 Long QT syndrome 1 Left atrial enlargment 1 Intracardiac structures 1 Cardiac sarcoidosis 1 Congenital heart disease 1 ALCAPA* 1 Acute chest pain 1 Arteriovenous malformation 1 Peripartum cardiomyopathy 2 Thromboembolic ischaemic stroke 3 Heart failure 3 Coronary heart disease 4 Cardiac arrest 4 Arrhythmia 6 Blood pressure 7 Myocardial infarction 10 Blood 12 Nonspecific 15 Vascular disease 21 Valvular heart diseases 22
Cases of pericardial effusion in Takayasu disease reported in the literature Author, Year Sex/age, Clinical 2-D echocardiography years features Duclos F/21 Miscarriage 5th Left ventricular (1991) (1) month, fever dilatation and hypokinesia, lesions of the aortic and mitral valves Lee F/25 Fever, chill, chest Posterior pericardial (1998) (2) discomfort, dyspnea effusion; no II, acute intracardiac pericardial, no abnormalities pulse difference, no bruit, no carotid tenderness Narita F/40 Fever, fatigue, Massive pericardial (1999) (3) malaise and severe effusion and chest pain.
In particular with Takayasu disease it may be more important to use MH management during arch repair, because of the inability of the intracranial vessels to adapt to cooling and rewarming or hypo and hypertension.