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Mobile right heart thrombus is a severe but rare presentation of thromboembolic disease and usually coexists with an already massive pulmonary embolism (PE). But looking at the literature there is no clear consensus on therapeutic management. We therefore tried to find possible therapeutic...
Despite numerous advances in interventional radiology and vascular surgery, the clinician continues to be confronted with inoperable vascular disease. Previous studies have shown that ulceration associated with a transcutaneous oxygen pressure (tcPO 2 )of,20 mmHg is refractory to all attempts at...
At one time considered merely a monolayer of cells lining the vascular conduit, the endothelium has emerged recently as an organ with functions as complex as any in the body. A highly active regulatory organ, the endothelium senses and assesses the hemodynamic, humoral, and inflammatory signals...
The limitation of lipotransfection with plasmid vectors is its low efficiency and the short-term expression of introduced genes. This is particularly important when the synthesis of high amounts of therapeutic products is required. However, growth factors with paracrine action overcome this...
We investigated the clinical effects of a food bar enriched with l-arginine and a combination of other nutrients known to enhance the activity of endothelium-derived nitric oxide (EDNO) in individuals with claudication from atherosclerotic peripheral arterial disease. The study was a 2-week,...
Gene therapy for the treatment of atherosclerosis and related diseases has shown its potential in animal models and in the first human trials. Gene transfer to the vascular system can be performed both via intravascular and extravascular periadventitial routes. Intravascular gene transfer can be...
The optimal preoperative evaluation of cardiac risk in patients with peripheral vascular disease is controversial. In developing a paradigm for preoperative cardiac workup, potential adverse effects of evaluation and cardiac intervention must be considered. This study analyzed the deleterious...
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