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Congestion

A situation where a demand for a security exceeds supply or vice versa. In both cases, a large change in price is likely because investors will have a difficult time entering or leaving a position at its current price. Congestion can lead to a security trading either below its support level (if supply exceeds demand) or above its resistance level (if demand exceeds supply).
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Since severity of mitral regurgitation is a major determinant of pulmonary venous congestion, our data further support a strong association between plasma concentrations of sCD146 and HF-induced venous congestion.
Exacerbation of venous congestion causes increased intracranial pressure, massive ischemia, and infarction of cerebral tissue (Ekseth et al.
That facilitates slight but steady bleeding from the wound, which relieves venous congestion.
The medicinal leech (Hirudo medicinalis) is used to manage venous congestion following certain reconstructive and microsurgical procedures, such as digital replantation where sufficient arterial inflow exists (Leeches U.
The condition, known as venous congestion, often occurs after reconstructive surgery, because damaged veins are thin-walled and difficult to repair.
Chilblains and cold feet are associated with venous congestion, which is eased by hot and cold baths.
Conversely, if a wound is not identified as venous, one might apply any topical treatment available and it won't heal until the venous congestion is addressed.
They found that the occurrence of early postoperative right ventricular dysfunction was significantly associated with elevated SCr, indicating that the main cause of AKI is not reduced cardiac output but venous congestion.
The aberrant venous connections contribute to venous congestion and gradual expansion of these lesions.
Now we know that they have a lot of venous congestion that impacts the kidneys and liver.
Renal dysfunction is common, related to decreased cardiac output as well as venous congestion of the kidney from right heart failure.