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Arterial Remodeling: A Critical Factor in Restenosis / Edition 1

Arterial Remodeling: A Critical Factor in Restenosis / Edition 1

by Antoine Lafont, Eric J. Topol


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780792380085
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 10/31/1997
Series: Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine , #198
Edition description: 1997
Pages: 569
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.05(d)

Table of Contents

Preface; A. Lafont, E. Topol. Foreword; P. Libby. 1: Basis of the Concept. Restenosis: Prevention of a Complete Stabilizing Remodeling Response Following Direct Interventions on Plaques; S. Glagov, H. Bassiouny. Constrictive Remodeling: Do Concepts of Remodeling During Chronic Hypertension Apply to Restenosis?; J.-M. Chillon, G. Baumbach. Growth and Remodeling of Coronary Collateral Vessels; W. Schaper, D. Scholz. 2: Restenosis and Remodeling: The Facts. Experimental Evidence of Remodeling After Angioplasty; A. Lafont, et al. Remodeling: Accelerator or Decelerator of Luminal Narrowing in Human Atherosclerotic Arteries; G. Pasterkamp, et al. Histologic Basis of Vessel Remodeling After Various Interventional Procedures: A Comparison of Acute (Cracks, Breaks, Tears, Stretching) and Chronic (Tissue Proliferation, Recoil) Changes; B. Waller, et al. Serial Intravascular Ultrasound Evidence for Arterial Remodeling as a Mechanism of Restenosis Following Interventional Coronary Procedures; G. Mintz, et al. Coronary Blood Flow During Interventional Procedures: Implications for Vascular Remodeling; M. Kern. 3: Restenosis and Remodeling: The Targets Revisited. Restenosis and Remodeling: Is the Adventitia Involved? J. Grégoire, et al. Post-Angioplasty Smooth Muscle Cell Apoptosis; G. Bauriedel, et al. Intimal Hyperplasia is the Wrong Target: Restenosis as a Failure of Remodeling; R. Geary, S. Schwartz. Endothelial Dysfunction After Angioplasty: A Pathway for Remodeling? T. Lüscher, et al. 4: Molecular Aspects of Remodeling. Vascular Remodeling and Lesion Formation in Restenosis: Implications for Nitric Oxide-Based Therapeutics; G. Gibbons. Oxidative Stress and Vascular Remodeling; B. Berk. Matrix Metalloproteinases in Injured Artery; E. Allaire, et al. Influence of Angioplasty on Matrix Signalling and Metabolism: B. Strauss, et al. Intimal Lesion Growth: An Assessment of Important Cellular Events; M. Reidy. The Effects of Oxidized Lipids and Lipoproteins on Arterial Growth, Remodeling and Restenosis; G. Chisholm, et al. Oncogenes after Angioplasty; C. Bauters, et al. 5: Potential Mechanisms. Blood Flow, Shear Stress and Remodeling of the Artery Wall; B.L. Langille. Inflammatory Mechanisms of Remodeling in Injured Arteries; P. Libby, et al. Effect of Tensile Stress in Vascular Remodeling; A. Tedgui, B. Levy. 6: Remodeling: Therapeutic Aspects. Coronary Remodeling and Interventional Strategies; R. Kuntz, M. Post. Stent: A Mechanical Approach for Remodeling Inhibition; Y. Ozaki, et al. Pharmacologic Perspectives of Remodeling Inhibition; D. Faxon, J. Currier. Gene Polymorphism and Restenosis; M. Hamon, C. Amant. Gene Transfer and Vascular Remodeling; F. Tanner, et al. Index.

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