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Renal failure in the patient with cirrhosis. The role of active vasoconstriction.
Hemodynamically Significant Primary Anomalies of the Coronary Arteries: Angiographic Aspects
SUMMARY Hemodynamically significant primary anomalies of the coronary arteries are those which alter myocardial perfusion. There are four major types: coronary artery fistulae, origin of the left…
Senescence and the Renal Vasculature in Normal Man
- N. Hollenberg, D. Adams, H. Solomon, A. Rashid, H. Abrams, J. Merrill
- MedicineCirculation research
- 1 March 1974
The findings in this study agree with earlier hypotheses based on morphology that suggest a primary vascular process in the development of age-related renal changes.
Computed tomography versus ultrasound of the adrenal gland: a prospective study.
When patients with Cushing disease and adrenal hyperplasia were excluded, and only masses such as pheochromocytoma, adenoma, and carcinoma were considered, the sensitivity of both CT and ultrasound was increased, and strongly supported the diagnostic superiority of CT.
Radiology of the thoracic duct.
The appearance of the thoracic duct was analyzed in 390 sequential lymphangiograms.The classic bulbous dilatation of the cisterna chyli was visualized in 53 per cent of cases. It was located at the…
Complications of angiography.
Overall, between the two selective approaches, the transfemoral route carried a significantly smaller risk of complications than the transaxillary approach, and there was an inverse relationship between complication rate and the annual number of arteriograms obtained.
Bidirectional Shunting in a Coronary Artery‐Right Ventricular Fistula Associated with Pulmonary Atresia and an Intact Ventricular Septum
A case of an anomalous arteriovenous-like communication between the right ventricle and a single right coronary artery with pulmonary atresia and an intact ventricular septum in a 6-year-old boy is…
Idiopathic renal vein varices: incidence and significance.
It is concluded that varices in association with hematuria cannot be assumed to be causative; they may equally well be incidental findings.
Renal vascular responses to dopamine: haemodynamic and angiographic observations in normal man.
- N. Hollenberg, D. Adams, P. Mendell, H. Abrams, J. Merrill
- MedicineClinical science and molecular medicine
- 1 December 1973
D dopamine is an effective renal cortical vasodilator when administered intravenously at doses which are free from other systemic cardiovascular effects, and the vascular effects of increasing age (nephrosclerosis) may limit the dilator response to dopamine.
Characteristics of response of renal vascular bed to contrast media. Evidence for vasoconstriction induced by renin-angiotensin system.
The vasoconstrictor response to contrast media apparently is related to the hyper tonicity of these agents, activation of the renin-angiotensin system and the local conversion of angiotens in I to ang Elliotensin II within the kidney.