1Mahbubur Rahma

1Green Life Hospital

Objective(s):

To identify histopathological pattern  of Chronic Arterial Occlusive Disease among adult population in Bangladesh.

Material(s) and Method(s):

The present observational study was carried out in the department of vascular surgery at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University,Dhaka for a period of one year. Only the admitted patients at BSMMU was considered for the study. Informed written consent was taken from the patients. After surgery tissue were send for histopathological examination and report was collected. Data was collected well informed data collection sheet.

Result(s):

The study shows most common histopathological pattern of Chronic arterial occlusive disease were atherosclerotic plaque (82.8%) then fibrous (75.9%) , thrombus (75.9%), chronic inflammation cells (72.4%) and acute inflammation cells (13.7%).

Conclusion(s):

This study shows common histopathological pattern were atherosclerotic plaque, then fibrous, chronic inflammation cells, thrombus  and acute inflammation cells in chronic arterial occlusive disease.So mass media and other related with medical profession should give some important knowledge to the population about the disease.