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plethora

Pathol obsolete a condition caused by dilation of superficial blood vessels, characterized esp by a reddish face

Plethora

 

an increase in the volume of blood. An increase in the total quantity of blood in the human body is called generalized plethora; localized congestion from blood stasis can also occur in organs, such as the brain or spleen.

plethora

[′pleth·ə·rə]
(medicine)
An excess of blood in an organ or the circulatory system.

plethora

An abundance or excess.
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2004) Lactate availability is not the major factor limiting muscle glycogen repletion during recovery from an intense sprint in previously active fasted rats.
The researchers found that several indicators of oxidative damage were higher during depletion than repletion.
Iron deficiency is associated with hypofunction of this receptor, which can be reversed with iron repletion (19).
The Kruskal-Wallis test analysis for Repletion Index presented a difference for the alimentary activity when distinct seasons were compared (H= 27.
And finally any injectable nutrient mentioned below should be added to the oral repletion therapy of the FMS/CFS patient both between and after the injection therapy if the individual patient gastrointestinal function allows.
Secondary objectives include evaluation of safety, tolerability, B-cell depletion and repletion, anti-desmoglein antibody levels, immunogenicity, pharmacokinetics, and other clinical and quality of life endpoints.
PQQ repletion reversed the changes in transcript expression caused by PQQ deficiency and resulted in an alteration of 847 of the total transcripts examined (P<0.
Magnesium repletion is often necessary before potassium repletion
A more practical diagnostic approach is to observe whether clinical abnormalities disappear with repletion therapy.
Diet breath estimates the diet spectrum and was calculated using the diversity index of Shannon-Wiener (H); H = - pi x ln pi, where, pi is the proportion by the number of food type i, Food richness; expressed using Margalef's index: d= (S-1)/logN), where d = Margalef's index, S is the number of species and N is the number of individuals [34] and Gut Repletion Index (GRI) which is the percentage of non-empty stomach was estimated for samples from each reach according to Hynes [35].
12] repletion was instituted, but symptoms did not improve.