Volume 6 Issue 1

Ulnar Artery Embolus – A Diagnostic Clue

Caleb Powell, Ronan Cusack, David Parfrey and Eoin Fahy
A 74-year-old woman with a history of smoking, hyperlipidaemia and transient ischaemic attack (TIA) presented to the emergency department with sudden onset of right upper limb (RUL) weakness and sensory disturbance.

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Renovascular Hypertension Associated with an Anomalous Intrathoracic Originated Renal Artery

Larissa A. de Lucena, Felipe L. Guedes, Eric S. R. de Oliveira, Fabiano C. de Medeiros Júnior, William S. R. de Oliveira, Paulo José de Medeiros, Márcio V. Freitas, Guilherme T. A. Alves, Priscila R. de Paula, José Bruno de Almeida, Rodrigo A. de Oliveira
Renovascular disease (RVD) is responsible for 5.8% of secondary hypertension cases in young adults, caused mainly by obstructive lesions due to either atherosclerotic renal artery stenosis or fibromuscular dysplasia.

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