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Takayasu's disease


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Takayasu’s disease

Takayasu’s disease n.

Takayasu’s disease (1860–1938)

Takayasu's disease n.

Takayasu's disease n.

Quantifying disease involvement in Takayasu’s arteritis

Disease assessment in Takayasu’s arteritis

Right renal artery stenosis complicating Takayasu disease

Assessment of disease activity and progression in Takayasu’s arteritis with Disease Extent Index-Takayasu

E16. Takayasu’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis: Case Report and Review of the Literature

OP14. THE INDIAN PERSPECTIVE OF TAKAYASU ARTERITIS AND DEVELOPMENT OF A DISEASE EXTENT INDEX (DEI.TAK) TO ASSESS TAKAYASU ARTERITIS

Surgical treatment of atypical aortic coarctation associated with occlusion of all arch vessels in Takayasu's disease

Isolated supradiaphragmatic descending thoracic aorta stenosis in a Takayasu's disease: surgical cure

Epidural anaesthesia for Caesarean section in a patient with severe Takayasu's disease

Two Takayasu arteritis patients successfully treated with infliximab: a potential disease-modifying agent?

PP17. TAKAYASU'S ARTERITIS (TA): DISEASE CHARACTERISTICS AND OUTCOMES IN A COHORT OF 75 PATIENTS

Serum cytokine profiles and their correlations with disease activity in Takayasu's arteritis

Cold agglutinins and cryoglobulins in a patient with acute aortoarteritis (Takayasu's disease) and tuberculous lymphadenitis

Complex aortic arch repair in a patient with Takayasu's disease presenting with acute aortic dissection type Stanford A and complete collateral perfusion of the brain

 

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(pulseless disease) progressive occlusion of the arteries arising from the arch of the aorta (including those to the arms and neck), resulting in the absence of pulses in the arms and neck. Symptoms include attacks of unconsciousness (syncope), paralysis of facial muscles, and transient blindness, due to an inadequate supply of blood to the head. M. Takayasu (1860–1938), Japanese ophthalmologist

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