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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||[significance Of Intramural Vascular Injuries In Myocardial Revascularization. A Case Report].|
|Author:||Jorge, P A|
Nogueira, E A
Credídio Neto, L
|Abstract:||The authors report the case of 59 year-old hypertensive woman, suffering from angina pectoris, who died 24 hours after coronary by pass surgery due to cardiogenic shock. Autopsy revealed a small recent postero-lateral infarction. The venous by pass, however, were inconspicuous. Histologic examination showed extensive microarteriopathy with stenosing intimal fibro-elastosis and hyperplasia of the media, affecting 73% of the vessels with a diameter greater than 150 micra. The authors believe that the diffuse microangiopathy could have affected the myocardial reperfusion, and participated of the mechanical dysfunction.|
Coronary Artery Bypass
Coronary Artery Disease
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