PMID: 8762127May 4, 1996Paper

Atheroembolic disease

British Journal of Hospital Medicine
M G Robson, John E. Scoble


Atheroembolism is becoming an increasingly common cause of renal failure in people with widespread atheromatous disease. It remains a diagnosis that is often missed, or made only at postmortem. An awareness of risk factors and a high index of suspicion will allow it to be recognized more often.


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