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Acute arterial embolism

Acute arterial embolism refers to the thrombus from the heart, proximal arterial wall, or other sources rushing into and embolizing the branch artery with smaller diameter at the distal end with arterial blood flow, and then causing the ischemia and necrosis of the blood supplying organs or limbs of this artery, which is mostly seen in the lower limbs. In severe cases, it will eventually lead to amputation.

Symptoms

Acute cardiac insufficiency

Acute cor pulmonale

Acute myocardial infarction

Acute infective endocarditis

Acute heart failure

Acute cavernous sinus thrombophlebitis

Acute right heart failure

Acute left heart failure

Acute respiratory failure

Acute interstitial pneumonia

Acute hydrogen sulfide poisoning

Accelerated atrial escape rhythm

Acute idiopathic pericarditis

Acute tracheobronchia

Accelerated ventricular autonomic rhythm

Hormone resistant asthma

Acute invasive pulmonary aspergillosis

Familial mixed hyperlipidemia

Familial hypercholesterolemia

Acute laryngeal wind

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