Arterial embolism

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  • GET ä. Acute thrombosis of an aortic prosthetic graft in a patient with severe COVID-19 related pneumonia Extract
  • GET 2020. Concomitant acute aortic thrombosis and pulmonary embolism complicating COVID-19 pneumonia Extract
  • GET ä. Acute pulmonary embolism in conjunction with intramural right ventricular thrombus in a SARS-CoV-2-positive patient Extract
  • GET ä. Venous thrombosis and arteriosclerosis obliterans of lower extremities in a very severe patient with 2019 novel coronavirus disease: a case report Extract
  • GET ä. Acute limb ischemia in patients with COVID-19 pneumonia Extract
  • GET ä. An increased severity of peripheral arterial disease in the covid-19 era Extract
  • GET 2020. Cardiovascular examination should also include peripheral arterial evaluation for COVID-19 patients Extract
  • GET ä. Arterial and venous abdominal thrombosis in a 79-year-old woman with COVID-19 pneumonia Extract
  • GET 2020. Venous and arterial thromboembolic complications in COVID-19 patients admitted to an academic hospital in Milan, Italy Extract
  • GET 2020. Arterial thromboembolic complications in COVID-19 in low-risk patients despite prophylaxis Extract
  • GET 2020. Concomitant haemorrhagic syndrome and recurrent extensive arterial thrombosis in a patient with COVID-19 and acute promyelocytic leukaemia Extract
  • GET 2020. Acute aorto-iliac and mesenteric arterial thromboses as presenting features of COVID-19 Extract
  • GET 2020. Contrast enhanced ultrasonography (CEUS) to detect abdominal microcirculatory disorders in severe cases of COVID-19 infection: First experience Extract
  • GET 2020. Pulmonary, Cerebral, and Renal Thromboembolic Disease Associated with COVID-19 Infection Extract
  • GET ä. Extensive aortic thrombosis in a patient with Covid-19 Extract
  • GET ä. Risk of peripheral arterial thrombosis in COVID-19 Extract
  • GET 2020. Acute limb ischaemia in two young, non-atherosclerotic patients with COVID-19 Extract
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