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neointimal hyperplasia


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neointimal hyperplasia

Dexamethasone: Effects on neointimal hyperplasia and vessel integrity

Sirolimus-eluting stents inhibit neointimal hyperplasia in diabetic patients Insights from the RAVEL Trial

Everolimus attenuates neointimal hyperplasia in cultured human saphenous vein grafts

Paclitaxel treatment reduces neointimal hyperplasia in cultured human saphenous veins

Tenascin-C is an essential factor for neointimal hyperplasia after aortotomy in mice

Perivascular application of C-type natriuretic peptide attenuates neointimal hyperplasia in experimental vein grafts

Role of osteopontin in the development of neointimal hyperplasia in vein grafts

Neuropilins 1 and 2 mediate neointimal hyperplasia and re-endothelialization following arterial injury

Tauroursodeoxycholate (TUDCA) inhibits neointimal hyperplasia by suppression of ERK via PKCα-mediated MKP-1 induction

A central role of interferon regulatory factor-1 for the limitation of neointimal hyperplasia

Age-Related Neointimal Hyperplasia Is Associated With Monocyte Infiltration After Balloon Angioplasty

Zotarolimus-eluting stents reduce experimental coronary artery neointimal hyperplasia after 4 weeks

Antiretrovirals Induce Endothelial Dysfunction via an Oxidant-Dependent Pathway and Promote Neointimal Hyperplasia

Paclitaxel-coated expanded polytetrafluoroethylene haemodialysis grafts inhibit neointimal hyperplasia in porcine model of graft stenosis

Cellular and morphological changes during neointimal hyperplasia development in a porcine arteriovenous graft model*

Selective αvβ3 integrin blockade potently limits neointimal hyperplasia and lumen stenosis following deep coronary arterial stent injury1: Evidence for the functional importance of integrin αvβ3 and osteopontin expression during neointima formation

Stents covered by an autologous arterial graft in porcine coronary arteries: feasibility, vascular injury and effect on neointimal hyperplasia

 

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A pathological process involved in atherosclerosis, arteriosclerosis induced by vein grafts, and restenosis in response to angioplasty and stent placement. Damage to the endothelium of the artery exposes the underlying smooth muscle cells in the media to cytokines, growth factors, and other plasma components in the circulation, which results in loss of their contractile characteristics. These abnormal muscle cells migrate to the intima, where they proliferate and eventually form a thick layer of tissue (neointima), which occludes the artery.

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