No reflow phenomenon


No reflow phenomenon
No reflow phenomenon
Classification and external resources
MeSH D054318

No reflow phenomenon is the failure of blood to reperfuse an ischemic area after the physical obstruction has been removed or bypassed.[1][2]

It may be associated with microvascular damage.

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