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Synonyms for infarct

localized necrosis resulting from obstruction of the blood supply

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After an acute MI, LGE is useful to assess size, extension, transmurality of the infarcted zone, and the presence of MVO.
Cardioprotective activity of Amaranthus viridis effect on serum marker enzymes, cardiac troponin and antioxidant system in experimental myocardial infarcted rats.
The study performed at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine found that treatment of infarcted cardiac tissue with AmnioFix and EpiFix patches immediately after infarction reduced the size of fibrotic scarring eight weeks after treatment, compared to controls treated with saline alone.
Eplerenone attenuates cardiac dysfunction and oxidative stress in [beta]-receptor stimulated myocardial infarcted rats.
INFARCTED SPLEEN (6) 40% PSEUDOCYST SPLEEN (4) 27% SPLENIC ABSCESS (2) 13% EPITHELIAL CYST (1) 6% LYMPHANIOMA (1) 7% LITTORAL CELL ANGIOMA (1) 7% Note: Table made from pie chart.
The computer image analysis software was used to calculate the infarcted area, and the cross products of infarcted area and thickness of brain slices were summed to obtain the infarcted volume.
Re-establishing cerebral perfusion is only of benefit if brain tissue is not completely infarcted.
For forelimb flexion, a normal rat will extend both forelimbs toward the surface when it is held by the tail above a flat surface whereas infarcted animals will flex the paralytic forelimb.
A small splenic infarction was seen, but the infarcted volume was less than 10% of total splenic volume (Figure 4(a)).
They administered isoproterenol (100 mg/kg body weight) to rats for inducing myocardial infarction, and then the myocardial infarcted rats (rats with raised levels of cardiac troponin-T, cholesterol, triglycerides, and free fatty acids in serum and higher ST-segments in electrocardiogram) were studied to evaluate the shielding effects of sinapic acid [100, 101].
Myocardial viability and perfusion of the infarcted region and left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF), were measured using F-18-fluorodeoxyglucose positron emission computed tomography (F-18-FDG-PET) and 99mTc-sestamibi single- photon emission computed tomography (99mTc-SPECT), and two-dimensional echocardiography respectively.
No histologic evidence of intervillous inflammation, infarcted areas, or chorioamnionitis was observed in the placenta of women with loiasis, and no microfilariae were observed in any examined cord blood samples.
Infarcts were noted on gross examination and extent of placental infarct was recorded in terms of percentage of infarcted area (nil/less than 5%, 5-25%, 25-50%, greater than 50%) and their pattern of distribution (focal/multifocal/diffuse).
There were persistent filling defects in the left renal arterial system and infarcted regions of the left kidney.