Vascular ossification-calcification in metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes mellitus, chronic kidney disease, and calciphylaxis-calcific uremic arteriolopathy: the emerging role of sodium thiosulfate

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aortic aneurysm 1 angiologydiseases
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aneurysm 3786 During the 1800s a widely held concept was that VOC might be a protective mechanism to prevent aortic aneurysm s from rupturing. In 1906, Bunting was able to demonstrate the presence of bone marrow containing its
aortic aneurysm 3779 [[3]]. During the 1800s a widely held concept was that VOC might be a protective mechanism to prevent aortic aneurysm s from rupturing. In 1906, Bunting was able to demonstrate the presence of bone marrow containing its
ischemia 29878 dysfunction may precede the vascular narrowing – closure, prothrombotic state, thrombosis with resulting ischemia of the surrounding subcapillary interstitium, ischemic necrosis of the subcutaneous adipose tissue,
ischemia 33645 changes.Undoubtedly the essential cofactor tetrahydrobiopterin (BH4) becomes depleted during this chronic ischemia in the subcutaneous tissue from the multiple metabolic toxicities. STS may have a "folate-like redox
thrombosis 20906 vascular beds such as the extremities in peripheral vascular disease (blue toe syndrome), mesenteric thrombosis and associated gastrointestinal bleeding, and extra cranial cerebrovascular atherosclerosis with associated
thrombosis 21071 cranial cerebrovascular atherosclerosis with associated transient ischemic episodes or overt cerebral thrombosis .In atherosclerotic coronary artery disease we do not see evidence of intra-myocardial atherosclerosis
thrombosis 25544 necrosis, and inflammatory changes with neurtrophils, lymphocytes and macrophages, and small vessel thrombosis or involve IgE mechanisms [[54],[67]-[69]]. We favor the term: obliterative calcific vasculopathy.VOC
thrombosis 29852 ROS. This endothelial dysfunction may precede the vascular narrowing – closure, prothrombotic state, thrombosis with resulting ischemia of the surrounding subcapillary interstitium, ischemic necrosis of the subcutaneous
vascular disease 1263 disease. Each of the above contributes to an accelerated and premature demise primarily due to cardio vascular disease . The above conditions are associated with multiple metabolic toxicities resulting in an increase in
vascular disease 17298 the U.S. [[43]]. CKD should be considered in the highest-risk category for the development of cardio vascular disease (CVD) and an aggressive team approach of global risk reduction in order to reduce the prevalence and
vascular disease 20857 of peripheral atheroembolic phenomenon in other vascular beds such as the extremities in peripheral vascular disease (blue toe syndrome), mesenteric thrombosis and associated gastrointestinal bleeding, and extra cranial
vascular disease 36727 the literature has been replete with the association of periodontal disease and its relation to cardio vascular disease and events. Whether this condition is responsible for the activation of the chronic inflammatory disease
vascular disease 44261 diseaseCPLX – calciphylaxisCRP – C-reactive proteinCUA – calcific uremic arteriolopathyCVD – cardio vascular disease eNO – endothelial nitric oxideeNOS – endothelial nitric oxide synthaseESRD – end stage renal diseaseGLA

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