This stage of arterial aging involves the fibrotic replacement of smooth muscle.
This stage of arterial aging is reversible, composed mostly of mucopolysaccharides.
This stage of arterial aging involves the destruction of internal and external elastic lamina.
This pathology leads to arterial dilation and elongation occurring diffusely or locally; tortuous vessels may be seen.
Hardening of the media, leading to thick, hardened walls.
This form of arteriosclerosis involves stiffening or hardening of the arteries; often caused by diabetes mellitus.
This form of arterial disease includes thickening of the walls, loss of elasticity.
This form of arteriosclerosis involves calcium deposits in the media and little reduction in the lumen.
This form of arteriosclerosis leads to narrowing of the lumen leading to vessel occlusion.
This type of aneurysm is the most common, consisting of a diffuse enlargement often occurring in the distal and/or renal arteries.
This type of aneurysm is a localized enlargement often containing clots.
This type of aneurysm often presents with sudden back pain; look for a double lumen sign during sonographic exam.
This is a connection between an artery and vein often occurring after trauma such as an angiography.
Venous pathology can include loss of ___ competency, as well as venous thrombus.