Role of angiographically
identifiable thrombus on long-term luminal renarrowing after coronary angioplasty a quantitative angiographic analysis.
As PON1 activity plays a preventive role in atherosclerosis by protecting against lipid peroxidation and by hydrolyzing lipid peroxides and as north west Indian Punjabi's have a high incidence of CAD (15) and are generally low producers of PON1 as determined by dual substrate in our earlier study (9,16), the present study was undertaken to find PON1 activity in north-west Indian Punjabi patients with angiographically
proven CAD with and without type 2 diabetes mellitus and compared it with that in healthy controls and also tried to find its correlation with lipid variables in them.
Patients with an acute ischemic stroke of less than 6 hours' duration with angiographically
proven middle cerebral artery occlusion derive some benefit from intra-arterial proUK.
Conclusion: Our study shows that significant proportion of patients above 40 years of age have asymptomatic underlying CAD (46%), this frequency of angiographically
significant CAD in our patient population signifies pre valve replacement screening by coronary angiogram so that coronary bypass grafting can be offered to those patients concomitantly with valve replacement.
, the completely normal vessels post ACS has been attributed to complete recanalisation whether spontaneous/post thrombolysis.
Although exercise ECG testing had a lower sensitivity and specificity for angiographically
confirmed coronary artery disease than did dual testing, the angiography rate was too low to allow any meaningful conclusions regarding diagnostic accuracy, she said.
A visceral pseudoaneurysm is a serious complication of pancreatitis that occurs angiographically
in up to 10% of the cases.
They performed intravascular ultrasonography in 502 patients with angiographically
documented coronary disease.
Statin therapy, lipid levels, C-reactive protein, and the survival of patients with angiographically
severe coronary artery disease.
Panic disorder in patients with angiographically
normal coronary arteries.
The TACTICS-TIMI-18 sub study involving 895 patients revealed that in patients who present with symptoms of ACS and have no critical epicardial CAD angiographically
, the presence of an elevated troponin was still associated with an adverse prognosis16.
Our case adds to the current literature on STEMI precipitated by energy drink consumption in a patient with angiographically
normal coronary arteries, representing the second such case reported.
More number of angiographically
positive intracranial hemorrhage were found in females.
Furthermore, collaterals were assessed angiographically
, which is a semi-quantitative method with significant drawbacks.
Risk factors among medically indigent women < 45 years old with angiographically
proven obstructive coronary arterial disease.