What is thromboangiitis obliterans- _49758

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					?Angiitis, thrombosis, and vascular inflammation, artery,




?What is thromboangiitis
obliterans?

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Thromboangiitis obliterans, our country has often been referred to as
"Angiitis," which is a major artery in small and medium-sized,
segmental, non-suppurative of vascular wall full of chronic
inflammation. Because of the arterial wall inflammation in accretion
cause narrowing, accompanied by Endoluminal of thrombosis, resulting
in chronic ischemic limbs. The disease occurs mainly in the limbs,
especially small and medium-sized arteries of lower extremity,
infrequent in visceral vascular. This disease in the countries of
East Asia, Europe and the United States for multiple smaller patient
mostly middle-aged men. Thromboangiitis obliterans of the exact cause
is not so clear, it was generally felt that this is a relevant factor
and autoimmune inflammatory reaction, which occurs with smoking, cold,
infection, hormones and other factors. Beijing Dongfang hospital
peripheral vascular branches Liu Ji-front



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?Angiitis, thrombosis, and vascular inflammation, artery,

				
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