, mesenteric: One of the arteries that arises from the abdominal portion of the aorta and distributes blood to most of the intestine s. Search All of MedicineNet For: search help Printer-Friendly Format ... Renal artery
stenosis is caused when atheroembolic renal disease resul...
Abdominal aortic aneurysm
... or remove an aneurysm in the aorta (the main artery
from the heart to the body). An aneurysm is a...rysm or kidney problems. Aorta (the major artery
from the heart ) -- see abdominal aortic aneury... ) Brain (cerebral aneurysm ) Leg ( popliteal artery
aneurysm ) Intestine (mesenteric ...
... haemorrhage; parenchymatous mastitis ; parenchymatous neuritis ; parent; parental; parental generation; parental leave; parental rejection; parent artery
; parent cell ; parent-child relations; parent cyst ; parenteral ; parenteral absorption ; ... chronic disorder of the small intestine ca...
Acute arterial occlusion
...od clots that travel through the blood stream) may lodge in the renal artery
. acute arterial occlusion of the kidney acute renal failure atheroembolic renal disease renal artery
stenosis renal cell carcinoma ... ...
.... It produces hormone s that control the other structures in the endocrine system . are like tiny balloons in the arteries where the wall of the artery
has thinned and weakened, and may burst if put under extra stress . They're usually congenital - you are born with them - although they may be the...
...rosis fugax is thought to result from a clot of plaque in the carotid artery
breaking off and travelling to the retina l artery
in the eye . ...
...n and tissue , the muscle is cut and the main artery
and veins of the femur bone are exposed. Figure B: The surgeon severs the main artery
and veins. Amputation - trauma tic Definiti...heart attack and stroke all stem from the same artery
-dam aging process, which promotes the buildup of...
... ALCAPA: Begin Anastomosis of Left Coronary artery
to Aorta - 1.85 MB large sized file ALCAPA: Continue Anastomosis of Left Coronary artery
to Aorta - 797 KB medium sized file ... Hea...y invasive and conventional open-chest coronary artery
bypass graft (CABG) surgery . Product is curre...
...finition, a localized widening (dilatation) of an artery
, vein , or the heart . At the area of an aneur... rupture . An aneurysm is a swelling of an artery
due to weakness in the vessel wall. It is a com...rysm is an abnormal enlargement or bulging of an artery
, caused by damage or weakness in a blood vess...
... 4 hours. The surgeon will make a small cut in your lower abdomen . The artery
and vein from the new kidney will be attached to your artery
and vein . General anesthetic s such as halothane, isoflurane, and fe...
... Angina , variant: Chest pain due to coronary artery
spasm , a sudden constriction of a coronary artery
(one of the vessels that supply the heart musc... severe blockage occurs in a significant coronary artery
, (for example, a 60 to 80 percent blockage) that ...
Aneurysm in the brain
...r healthcare professional. Aneurysm in the Brain Angina Angina - Stable Angina - Unstable ( Unstable Angina ) Angina - Variant ( Coronary artery
Spasm ) ... include disorders that may cause obstruction of the flow of CSF, such as closed head injury , surgery on the brain ( craniotomy ), ...
...Disease ) CHD ( Coronary Heart Disease ) Coronary artery
Disease ( Coronary Heart Disease ) Coronary artery
Spasm ... ANGINA PECTORIS - A REAL PAIN IN... most people, the most common symptom of coronary artery
disease is the type of chest pain called angin...
...ary arteries Residual obstruction in a coronary artery
during or after a heart attack ... Angiopla...entional radiologic technique in which a narrowed artery
or vein is enlarged with the use of a balloon ...vider inserts a balloon catheter into a blocked artery
to unblock the ...
... Aorta l: Pertaining to the aorta , the largest artery
in the body. Aorta l is not often encountered (e...e left side of the heart , and the pulmonary artery
normally comes from the right side. Transpositi...oarctation is a birth defect in which the major artery
from the heart (the aorta ) is narrowed somewh...
... An outpouching (a local widening) of the largest artery
in the body, the aorta , involving that vessel i... or remove an aneurysm in the aorta (the main artery
from the heart to the body). An aneurysm is a...c Aneurysm ? An aneurysm is a swelling of an artery
due to weakness in the vessel wall. It is a com...
...into and along the wall of the aorta (the major artery
from the heart ). This condition may also involv.... Aortic dissection : The aorta is the main artery
that supplies blood to the vital organ s of th...ectro physiology Service (pdf file) - carotid artery
disease * ... This stretching increases the ...
Aortic arch syndrome
... Aortic arch syndrome Definition: The aorta is the large, main artery
carrying blood away from the heart . Subareolar Abscess Subclavian artery
Occlusive Syndrome ( Aortic Arch Syndrome ) Subclavian Steal Syndrome ...
...ic stenosis Definition: The aorta is the large artery
that originates in the left ventricle (lower ...entricle , through the aortic valve into the main artery
of the body, the aorta . Aortic stenosis is...sis , the Ross procedure graft s the pulmonary artery
to the aorta . Aortic valve stenosis &mdash...
... lipoprotein B Deficiency (Bassen-Kornzweig Syndrome ) Apoplexy Appendicitis ... in the neck that supplies blood to the brain ( carotid artery
dissect ion) A tear in the membrane that surrounds the brain and spinal cord, leading to a leak of spinal fluid Death of tissue or bleeding...
... it formed to another location in the body. The embolism can lodge in an artery
at the new location and block the flow of blood there. Arterial embolism A blood clot arising from another location that blocks an artery
. Buerger's disease ... Aortic rupture Bleeding from the aorta ...
...s narrowing or other abnormality in the carotid artery
, a main artery
to the brain. Abdominal arteriogram ; Arteri...s a thin, flexible tube ( catheter ) into a large artery
— usually in your groin — ... A...
... flow to the penis . Another name for this condition is arteriosclerosis , or hardening of the arteries . This is gradual process in which the artery
gradually becomes blocked, narrowed, or weakened. A normal test will show the appropriate pattern responses during moments of increased light inte...
...lary bed, ... Arteriovenous malformation (AVM) in the brain Basilar artery
stroke Reversible ischemic neurologic deficit : Is it a stroke ? Tool...ormal group of dilated blood vessels, most often occurring in the brain. artery
... - Arteriovenous Malformation - Cerebral - Bleeding Disorders - ...
...gery and minimally invasive procedures, including arthroscopy , spinal disk decompression, urology , lithotripsy , gynecology , peripheral artery
laser angioplasty , and general surgery . Mfg: Trimedine Inc. bacterial infection , chronic illness, disease s or medications that suppres...
...ellar ( Acute Cerebellar Ataxia ) ... Asymptomatic bacteriuria Atherosclerosis - illustration of plaque buildup in arteries * - in coronary artery
disease * - overview * Athlete's foot - diagnosis and treatment * - illustration * Atopic dermatitis Atopic dermatitis , brief version * ... ...
Atheroembolic renal disease
...e Alternate Names : Atherosclerotic Renal Vascular Disease , Renal artery
Embolism , Cholesterol Embolism , Renal artery
Aneurysm ... Atheroembolic renal disease Chronic renal failure C...
...rosclerosis include chest pain when a coronary artery
is involved, or leg pain when a leg artery
is involved. ATHEROSCLEROSIS - The progressi...ccurs when fats and cholesterol build up in the artery
wall. Atherosclerosis is a condition in whic...
...ria l fibrillation with underlying heart disease Underlying heart disease -including high blood pressure , heart valve disease , and coronary artery
disease -is the most common cause of atria l fibrillation . Atria l fibrillation is a common heart rhythm problem. More than 2 million Ameri...
... pressure , heart valve disease , and coronary artery
disease -is the most common cause of atrial fibri...ectro physiology Service (pdf file) - carotid artery
disease * - cerebro vascular insufficiency - coronary artery
disease * ... Atrial Fibrillation Atrial Fl...
...ncluding ulcers . A bacterial infection that often causes heart inflammation . Pulmonary valve The valve located between the pulmonary artery
and the right ventricle , which brings blood to the lungs . A bacterial infection with Salmonella typhi transmitted by contaminated wa...
...pot New Gene -Linked Gastric Disorder Sleep Deprivation Linked to Obesity ... Related Encyclopedia Topics: Binge Eating Disorder, Coronary artery
Disease , Healthy Eating, Healthy Weight, High Blood Pressure ( Hypertension ), High Cholesterol , Metabolic Syndrome , Osteoarthritis , Sleep A...
...ift surgery or blepharoplasty may be needed to repair other age-related skin changes. Blepharoplasty (Eyelid Surgery ) Blocked carotid artery
- diagnosis and treatment * - surgery to remove blockage ( carotid endarterectomy) Blood clots - deep vein thrombosis * - lung - th...
... blood flow caused by the sclerosing agent ... Blood clots can form in the ballooned area and possibly block blood flow through the coronary artery
. When this happens, the heart muscle will no longer receive an adequate supply of oxygen -rich blood , and the heart muscle can be damaged....
...od to the heart muscle . The right coronary artery
supplies both the left and the right heart ; the left coronary artery
supplies the left heart . Update Date: 4/14/2001 ... HEPATIC artery
- Main ...
Blood flow studies
...inal Ultrasound ... FloWire Doppler guide wire Guide wire used in intra vascular blood flow studies for evaluation and diagnosis of coronary artery
disease . Mfg: Cardiometrics. Distributors: Cordis/J&J. Source: PR Newswire - 4/01/97. ...
...t to continuously monitor your child's blood pressure using a thin, flexible tube (arterial catheter ). An arterial catheter is threaded into an artery
and is commonly used to monitor blood gases and acidity, ... ...
...lood pressure is the force of the blood on the artery
walls as the heart pumps blood through the bo... and inflated to stop the flow of blood in your artery
. Blood pressure : How low can you go? Current...ypertension ) is a major risk factor for coronary artery
disease that can be controlled. High blood p...
...looks like a berry and classically occurs at the point at which a cerebral artery
departs from the circular artery
(the circle of Willis) at the base of the brain. Brain Aneurysm Overv...
...mptoms? Calcific tendonitis can be mild or severe. Symptoms include: ... Calcification and fatty cholesterol deposits in the middle cerebral artery
reduces the main blood supply to the brain, resulting in a poor oxygen supply to the brain. This produces a loss of memory and typical "senile" c...