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inflammation of the inner lining of an artery

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Perivascular edema of stem villi is associated with hypercoiled umbilical cord and obliterative endarteritis.
The PDA can become calcified over time, and the tissues may become friable from previous infective endarteritis.
One of the most feared complications of salmonella is the development of infectious endarteritis, which is also known as infectious aortitis or mycotic aneurysm.
We reviewed the pathologic specimens of this case and confirmed the presence of abundant giant cells, endarteritis
A case of calcification of arteries and obliterative endarteritis, associated with hydronephrosis, in a child aged six months.
1-9), we have noted that there is no rejection of the transplant in the form of thrombosis, endarteritis, mono-nuclear invasion, etc.
14,15) Radiation may obliterate small vessels, resulting in endarteritis, local tissue hypovascularity, tissue ischemia, fibrosis, necrosis, poor wound healing, and impaired immunity against infection.
It is an infrequent cause of native and prosthetic valve endocarditis, (6-12) endarteritis, infected aortic aneurysms, and endovascular graft infections.
In patients with patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) infective endarteritis is an important reason for hospital admission, with a higher incidence of 4,8 patients / 1000 hospital admissions in children aged < 16 years admitted to a pediatric cardiology referral center.
Pathologic findings showed granulomatous inflammation with caseation necrosis, foreign body-type giant cells, and proliferative endarteritis with vascular occlusions.