CIMT

(redirected from Carotid Intimal Medial Thickness)
AcronymDefinition
CIMTConstraint Induced Movement Therapy
CIMTCrime(s) Involving Moral Turpitude
CIMTCarotid Intimal Medial Thickness
CIMTChina International Machine Tool Show
CIMTCentre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (UK)
CIMTCritical Incident Management Team (various locations)
CIMTColorado Institute of Massage Therapy
CIMTCertified Infant Massage Teacher (Canada)
CIMTComputer Integrated Manufacturing and Technology
CIMTCritical Incident Management Training (petroleum industry)
CIMTComfort Inn Marina Towers (Chennai, India hotel)
CIMTCommission Internationale de La Médecine du Travail (French: International Commission on Occupational Health)
CIMTCapital Investment Management Tool (BAE Systems)
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The researchers assessed chlamydia seropositivity and carotid intimal medial thickness (IMT) in 90 hypertensive subjects, 60 subjects with white-coat hypertension, and 45 normotensive subjects.
The use of Common carotid intimal medial thickness (CIMT) is well established as a surrogate for cardiovascular disease events.
In the present study, 120 untreated and unselected patients drawn from a university based group medical practice were evaluated by ultrasound for the presence and type of carotid and femoral arterial bifurcation plaque and the measurement of common carotid intimal medial thickness (CIMT).
The secondary end point was a change in the ultrasound measurement of carotid intimal medial thickness after 24 weeks of treatment, compared with baseline levels.
An exploratory analysis indicated a modest statistical link between the change in serum CRP and the change in carotid intimal medial thickness, Dr.
On B-mode carotid ultrasound, diabetic patients had significantly higher common and internal carotid intimal medial thickness (IMT) than did nondiabetics, before and after adjustment for age, gender, ethnicity, and traditional risk factors for atherosclerosis, including blood pressure, cholesterol level, BMI, smoking, socioeconomic status, and statin and aspirin use.
Patients were followed with serial measurements of carotid intimal medial thickness in the double-blind Dutch Atorvastatin vs.
Carotid intimal medial thickness, a well-established predictor of coronary risk, averaged 0.
More than two-thirds of atorvastatin-treated patients experienced a decrease in carotid intimal medial thickness.
Finnish data suggest that the rate of progression in carotid intimal medial thickness is at least 0.