Angiothrombotic Pulmonary Hypertension In Addicts

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Granulomatosis pulmonar por talco y celulosa en un paciente

thrombotic pulmonary hypertension in addicts. JAMA 1964; 188:755-757. 8. Arnett EN, Battie NE, Russo JV, Roberts WC. Intravenous injection of talc-containing drugs intended for oral use: A cause of pulmonary granulomatosis and pulmonary hypertension. Am J Med 1976; 60:711-718. 9. Douglas FG, kalilmout KJ, Patt NL. Foreing particle embolism


ingtoanobstructive type ofprecapillary pulmonary hypertension, theso-called angiothrombotic pub-monary hypertension. Twelve of18patients under treatment with metha-donehadradiographic evidence ofdiffuse paren-chymal abnormality which wasinterstitial indistri-bution. The pattern consisted ofmicronodular, re-ticubonodular and reticular

Self-Induced Pulmonary Granulomatosis

1 Spain DM: Patterns of pulmonary fibrosis as related to pulmonary function. Ann Intern Med 33:1150-1163, 1950 2 Wendt VE, Puro HE, Shapiro J, et all Angiothrombotic pulmonary hypertension in addicts: Blue velvet addio­ tion. JAMA 188:755-757, 1964 Pulmonary CHEST, 78: 1, JULY, 1980

Caso Clínico Case Report - ResearchGate

angiothrombotic pulmonary hypertension in drug ad-dicts. J Can Assoc Radiol 1974; 25:187 -193 8. Pare PJA, Fraser RG, Hogg JC, et al. Pulmonary mainline granulomatosis: talcosis of

Review Article - Global Research online

Angiothrombotic pulmonary hypertension in addicts. JAMA. 188:1964; 755 757. 9. Butz WC. Pulmonary arteriole foreign body granuloma associated with angiomatoids resulting from the intravenous injection of oral medication. J Forensic Sci. 14:1969; 317 322. 10. Palanzo D, O Neill M, Harrison L. An effective 0.2 micron

Excipient Harms and Tampering of Opioid Analgesics

Angiothrombotic Pulmonary Hypertension Wendt VE 1964, Pulmonary hypertension Limb loss (1964). Angiothrombotic pulmonary hypertension in addicts. Blue velvet addiction.

Reversible Central Apnea in an Infant with Cyanotic Heart Disease

1 Wendt VE, Puro HE, Shapiro J, et al: Angiothrombotic pulmonary hypertension in addicts: Blue velvet addic­ tion. JAMA188:755-757, 1964 2 Puro HE, Wolf PL, Skirgaudas J, et aI: Experimental production of human blue velvet and red devil lesions. JAMA 197:1100-1102,1966 3 Hahn HH, Schweid AI, Beaty HN: Complications of

Experimental Production of Human 'Blue Velvet' and 'Red Devil

nous use of narcotics by addicts is the development of pulmonary hypertension due to arteritis and thrombosis of small pulmonary arteries, arterioles, and capillaries. We recently reported such a case in which a 32-year-old Negro woman with cor pulmonale died of severe pulmonary hypertension.1 The pulmonary vessels showed thrombosis of vary-ing

Dyspnea following intravenous drug use

pulmonary foreign-body granulomas, pulmonary fibrosis, pulmonary talcosis, pulmonary talc-granulomatosis, interstitial lung disease, pulmonary hypertension Corresponding author: