arteriole


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arteriole

[är′tir·ē‚ōl]
(anatomy)
An artery of small diameter that terminates in capillaries.
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* NSAIDs, by causing vasoconstriction of the afferent arteriole.
Next, the diameter of the renal arteriole was measured using hematoxylin-eosin staining of the renal tissue.
The OCT-A retina slab (Figure 3(b), top) and superficial slab (Figure 3(c), bottom) demonstrated reduced signal flow through the RAM with persistent flow through the normal arteriole. The patient was observed.
Initially, the sea fan growths are supplied by a single arteriole and draining vessel.
(2,5,6) The disease tends to affect precapillary arterioles, and encephalopathy is usually the first clinical sign.
Correlations were found between the BFVs of the 20- and 35-degree FOVs (arteriole: r = 0.83, P = 0.002; venule: r = 0.69, P <0.001, Figure 3).
(d) 3D rendering of the terminal arteriole branches, ending in the glomeruli (the kidney's spherical capillary bed).
Caption: Figure 1: Photomicrograph from left leg skin punch biopsy showing calcification of dermal arteriole. Diagnostic of cutaneous calciphylaxis when combined with other histologic features and clinical setting (Hematoxylin & Eosin [H&E] stain, original magnification 400x).
(c and d) Correlation between urinary 8OHdG levels and the degree of podocytopathy, as determined by desmin-positive area (c), or the degree of arteriolopathy, as determined by the afferent arteriole thickness (d).
In this study, we examined conditions that are similar to Oketsu, by placing the exposed abdominal lateral skin on a fixing glass plate for the murine subcutaneous vessel model and by extracting the ileum from the abdomen and placing it on a fixing glass plate for the rat mesenteric arteriole investigation.