Thrombosis Of Arteries Of Upper Extremity: Disease Bioinformatics
Thrombosis is the interruption of blood flow by a clot in the blood vessels. Upper Extremity Arterial Thrombosis is when a blood clot occurs in the arteries of the arms. Rare compared to lower extremities thrombosis, Upper Extremity Arterial Thrombosis affects the brachial, radial, and ulnar arteries of the arm. Upper Extremity Arterial Thrombosis is usually caused by trauma to the forearm or consistent force such as the use of power tools. The symptoms of Upper Extremity Arterial Thrombosis include swelling of the forearm, discolored skin, and isolated pain. Upper Extremity Arterial Thrombosis can be treated with blood thinning medications, enzymes that brake down the clot, and catheters to expand the affected vein.
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Thrombosis Of Arteries Of Upper Extremity is also known as Arterial Thrombosis Of The Arm, Upper Limb Arterial Thrombosis.
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