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Words related to atheroma

a fatty deposit in the intima (inner lining) of an artery

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It is well established that oxidative stress and inflammation play important roles in atheromatosis (Efentakis et al.
The demographic data, clinical, imagistic (cerebral-CT, cerebral-MRI, extracranial ultrasound, minimum two ECGs, Echocardiography), paraclinicdata, as well as risk factors (hypertension, diabetes mellitus, valvulopathies, carotid stenosis, diffuse carotid atheromatosis, dyslipidemia, obesity, chronic renal insufficiency, polyglobulie, cancer), treatment, kinetotherapy were all considered.
Tissue factor and tissue factor pathway inhibitor levels in coronary artery disease: correlation with the severity of atheromatosis.
Table 1 Symptoms Associated with Menopause Psychological Vegetative Symptoms Metabolic Symptoms Symptoms Hot Flashes Osteoporosis Irritability Sweating Atheromatosis Anxiety Palpitations Cutaneous Atrophy Depression Headaches Urogenital Atrophy Nervousness Vertigo Arthralgia Insomnia Precordial Oppression Myalgia Decreased Libido Tinnitus Obesity Memory Loss Arterial Hypertension Melancholy Mental Fatigue Table 2 Sample's Sociodemographic Variables Pre-treatment Sub-clinical Control Group Experimental Variables Group (N = 21) (N = 25) % [bar.
A report handed to a Spanish judge investigating the tragedy revealed the star suffered from atheromatosis, a thickening of the arteries.
And according to reports obtained by The Sun, Gately died from atheromatosis, a thickening of the arteries.
The term atherosclerosis, he asserts, can reasonably be defined as "arteriosclerosis with atheromatosis," and its use should be restricted to that specific condition.
The histological results of these high grade stenosis with alterations and fragilities of the vessel walls, is frequently related to fibrosis or intimae hyperplasia, at times with associated atheromatosis lesions (Stoney & Wylie; Lord et al.
Relations between heavy metal poisoning and atheromatosis as well as cardiovacular disorders.