microcirculation


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microcirculation

[¦mī·krō‚sər·kyə′lā·shən]
(physiology)
The flow of blood or lymph in the vessels of the microcirculatory system.
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2004), although this does not fully reflect the actual complexity of the influence of circulatory and thermoregulatory mechanisms on local microcirculation, as seen in a more "physiological" type of physical activity such as running or cycling.
In this context, data from the subject with a "shy" bladder provide additional evidence that NIRS-derived chromophore changes reflect physiologic variations occurring in the detrusor microcirculation rather than artifact or movement.
Effective treatments for cellulite accomplish the following: reduce lipedema, restore microcirculation, restructure and protect connective tissue, and promote lipolysis.
Evaluation of sublingual and gut mucosal microcirculation in sepsis: a quantitative analysis.
Therefore, in the present study we have extended previous findings and evaluated the effect of budlein A on LPS-induced leukocyte-endothelial cell interactions within the murine cremasteric microcirculation and its possible immunosuppressive effect on mouse splenic cells.
10) It is postulated that the rich, intrinsic anastomotic microcirculation protects the nerve's functioning.
Several nutricosmetic products have been shown to improve skin hydration, microcirculation, skin colour and complexion, and to prevent wrinkles.
This is supposed to increase microcirculation which drains the edema of localised fat.
Red cells become sequestered in the microcirculation (Fig.
TER" includes summaries of different aspects of the field, including biodegradable polyurethanes, tissue engineered platforms, stem cells, microcirculation engineering, skin tissue engineering, and advances in optical microscopy.
Microcirculation A five-year study at the University of Virginia, funded by the National Institutes of Health's National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, found that magnetic therapy had a beneficial effect on microcirculation - a major claim made by many companies that sell magnets.
It is a free-radical scavenger that binds and neutralizes acetaminophen's toxic metabolite, increases glutathione synthesis, and improves hepatic microcirculation.