Tag: "aneurysms" at biology news
Penn scientists identify novel pathway in aneurysms
...elphia, PA) Very little is known about how aortic aneurysms
initially form and progress. Now, researchers from...ic animal model that susceptibility for developing aneurysms
increases significantly when an inflammation pathway important in asthma is activated. Mice without ...
JCI Table of Contents, 15 July 2004
...mmation and blockade of IFN-gamma signaling induce aneurysms
in allografted aortas AUTHOR CONTACT: Koichi Shimizu Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA 02115, USA. Phone: 617-525-4556; Fax: 617-525-4380; E-mail: email@example.com View the PDF of ...
Are nanobacteria alive?
...rt? The researchers collected samples of calcified aneurysms
(bulging blood vessels), arterial plaques and hear...ing particles were self-replicating. Samples from aneurysms
caused by a genetic disorder did not do this, nor did the density of the medium change if no filtrat...
JCI Table of Contents, November 3, 2003
...e for osteopontin in atherosclerosis and abdominal aneurysms
In the November 3 issue of the Journal of Clinica...the development of Ang II-induced abdominal aortic aneurysms
(AAAs). Hsueh and colleagues found that in ApoE-/- OPN-/- mice, the incidence and severity of Ang I...
...Successfully Treated Without Open Surgery" Brain aneurysms
affect 2 5 percent of the U.S. population. Half of ruptured aneurysms
result in death, and a quarter more result in stroke or neurological deficit. Radiologists are now u...
Computer model offers noninvasive evaluation for abdominal aortic aneurysm rupture risk
... rupture potential for individual abdominal aortic aneurysms
(AAA), an advance that could positively impact the... slowly enlarge, creating a bulge. The majority of aneurysms
are called AAAs because they are located in the abdominal aorta, a large blood vessel leading from t...
Coils slash death/disabilty from brain aneurysms
...-term study suggest that coils inserted into burst aneurysms
in the brain decrease by 25 percent the risk of pa...nters in Europe, Australia and North America whose aneurysms
were suitable for treatment with either surgical clipping or coiling. Those with aneurysms
Study Provides Guidance For Treating Patients With Brain Aneurysms
...w to treat individuals with unrupturedintracranial aneurysms
(UIAs). The study, reported in the December 10, 1...y as 10-15 million Americans may have intracranial aneurysms
at some pointin their lifetimes. In contrast, the number of people who have a firstsubarachnoid hem...
Vascular Surgeons Test New Treatment For Abdominal Aneurysms
...r. The incidence ishigher among smokers, although aneurysms
usually occur as the normalwear-and-tear aging pro...f they leak orrupture. About 75 percent of aneurysms
go undiagnosed unless found unexpectedlyduring physical exams or picked up on X-rays taken for unrel...