Cancer is now the leading contributor to death among individuals with diabetes living in England.
Cocaine use and HIV infection are associated with radiomic features quantified for coronary plaque morphology.
Autopsy studies have shown that aortic and coronary artery atherosclerotic lesions are present in toddlers and progresses into adulthood. This study explores the development of coronary atherosclerosis due to non–HDL-C over three stages of life.
Avacopan is noninferior, but not superior, to prednisone with respect to remission at week 26 for patients with antineutrophil cytoplasmic antibody associated vasculitis.
The risk for coronary artery calcification was found to be greater in women with a history of gestational diabetes despite attaining normoglycemia after pregnancy.
Rivaroxaban plus aspirin regimen for chronic atherosclerotic vascular disease may not require adjustment based on BMI or weight.
Recreational substance use is associated with an increased likelihood of premature and extremely premature atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease.
Side-branch lesion treatment in patients with left anterior descending bifurcation lesions undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention may reduce the need for repeat revascularization.
Addition of evolocumab to statin therapy was found to lower the risk for complex coronary disease requiring revascularization.
The objective of this study was to determine the impact of KME on postprandial glucose, systemic inflammation, and vascular function in adults with obesity.