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  • [Lower limb arterial disease in patients with diabetes]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Prat 2019; 69(6):620-625Bourron O
  • Lower limb arteriopathy is a frequent and potentially serious complication of diabetes. In fact, it largely explains the high incidence of lower limb amputations in diabetic patients as well as a significant impairment of quality of life in the case of intermittent claudication or decubitus pain. The severity of the disease is also based on the associated cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. T…
    Ann Vasc Surg 2019Mertens R, Bergoeing M, … Valdés F
  • Cystic adventitial disease of the popliteal artery is an uncommon cause of intermittent claudication in young patients. Several treatment options are available, oriented to either drainage of the cyst and/or arterial reconstruction. Endovascular techniques have been exceptionally used to treat this condition, with mixed results. We report two young claudicants, treated with primary stenting with …
  • Complete post-operative resolution of "temporary" end-stage kidney disease secondary to aortic dissection without static renal artery obstruction: a case study. [Journal Article]
    BMC Nephrol 2019; 20(1):368Mukaiyama Y, Okada A, … Yamamoto T
  • CONCLUSIONS: To the best of our knowledge, this is the first report of severe AKI, secondary to aortic dissection, without direct renal artery obstruction, which progressed to "temporary" ESKD and was resolved following surgery. This case suggests that only coarctation above the renal artery branches following an aortic dissection can progress AKI to ESKD, despite the absence of radiological evidence confirming an obvious anatomical blockage. Further, indirect markers suggestive of decreased renal blood flow, such as ankle brachial indices, renal artery resistive indices, urinary excretion fractions, and hormonal changes, are useful for evaluating concomitant AKI and may indicate the need for surgical intervention after a Stanford type B aortic dissection.
  • StatPearls: Fibrate Medications [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Singh Gauri G Sharda University,Greater Noida Correa Ricardo R University of Arizona BOOK
  • The fibrates are a type of amphipathic carboxylic acids, belonging to the class of drugs used to lower serum cholesterol levels. They are currently the most important class of drugs combating the worldwide epidemic of atherogenic dyslipidemia. Statins definitely help reduce the levels of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL) but do not have much effect on serum triglyceride or HDL levels, whe…
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