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vascular

Biology anatomy of, relating to, or having vessels that conduct and circulate liquids

vascular

[′vas·kyə·lər]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to blood vessels or other channels for the conveyance of a body fluid.
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The data is challenged by other studies postulating that the inhibition of AE or carbonic anhydrase decreases pulmonary vascular tone during hypercapnia.
2], reported that endothelial dysfunction is a major determinant of the increased intrahepatic vascular tone observed in cirrhosis.
These include regulation of vascular tone and heart contractility and its effects on disease status like systemic and pulmonary hypertension, atherosclerosis, and ischemic diseases.
17[beta]-Estradiol decreases vascular tone in cerebral arteries by shifting COX-dependent vasoconstriction to vasodilation.
Several studies have demonstrated that MPs may impair NO release from vascular endothelial cells and subsequently modify vascular tone.
NO has multiple beneficial functions in vascular homeostasis including vascular tone and modulation of BP.
Skin vasomotor tone depends on the regulation of vascular tone in the periphery, contributing to thermoregulation and cardiovascular homeostasis (4).
3] It appears that when this anxiety was overcome by experiencing the underlying emotions, the autonomic system moderated, with changes in vascular tone and resultant acute cessation of the episode.
Index of efficiency of microcirculation as well as indices of myogenic and neurogenic vascular tone increased non significantly in 55% of patients of First group.
It measures endothelium-mediated changes in vascular tone using unique bio-sensors placed on the fingertips.
44% versus normal 40-70%) to be the evidence for enhancement of vascular tone but reduction in blood supply of cerebral vessels.
This structure has many functions, such as continuous regulation of vascular tone, leukocyte adhesion, and maintenance of the balance between thrombotic and anticoagulant properties of the blood.