arteriole


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arteriole

[är′tir·ē‚ōl]
(anatomy)
An artery of small diameter that terminates in capillaries.
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Intraluminal Fibrin material in at El-Bietar et al, (7) fibrin least 1 capillary or 2015;Narimatsu et al, arteriole in LP and/or (16) 2005;Nishida et al, submucosa in a biopsy.
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.
Other mechanisms of Amphotericin B induced nephrotoxicity suggested in the literature are direct toxic effects to the afferent arterioles and tubules and direct renal and systemic vasoconstriction.
The AH scoring was done at 40X by using the criteria mentioned in literature:10 Score 0: Absent; Score 1: AH in one arteriole; Score 2: AH in more than one arteriole.
The arterioles regulate the amount of blood that enters these capillary networks.
In the patietns with hypertension and preserved renal function, ACE inhibition is usually associated with increased total ERPF, resulting from decreased resistance to blood flow at the level of glomerular capillaries and efferent arteriole and consequent increase in blood flow at the level of peritubular capillaries.
The researchers also went a step further to calculate patterns of blood flow based on the diameters and connections of the vessels and asked how this would change if a feeder arteriole were blocked.
The mechanism for this change in renal blood flow may in part relate to chelator-induced iron depletion, affecting the afferent arteriole via an up-regulation of prostaglandin production and arteriole vasoconstriction.
Blood enters the glomerulus through the afferent arteriole and exits via the efferent arteriole.
Pulmonary arteriole remodeling in hypoxic broilers expressing different amounts of endothelial nitric oxide synthase.
Polyvinyl alcohol and gelatin particles are the most commonly used materials, They can reach the most distal points at the smallest arteriole level via blood flow and obliterate the arterioles.