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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Furthermore, preserving the patency of microcirculation would limit the extent of enzymatic and free radical damage.
CEUS is a competing technology that enables real-time observation of perfusion and continuous imaging of the vasculature and microcirculation, which has been used in diagnosis of ischemic lesion and evaluation of perfusion of various organs.
To clarify the role of endothelial dysfunction (ED) in the formation of intraosseous microcirculation disorders, functional vascular tests were performed: one-time intravenous injection of solutions of acetylcholine and nitroprusside (at doses of 40 [micro]g/kg and 30 [micro]g/kg, respectively).
The development of microcirculation failure has been characterized as a concomitant increase in lactate levels and impaired microcirculatory perfusion [31].
Prior to treatment commencement, a positive correlation between microcirculation score abnormalities and the number of RP attacks (r=0.24, p<0.05), and VAS (r=0.27, p<0.02) was found.
Moreover, RVO, the MBR-V, the Scheie classification, and gender were also revealed to be factors independently contributing to the late phase of RT, suggesting that RVO and MBR-V may more strongly influence the RT, which is an indicator of retinal microcirculation.
Sirtuin 2 Regulates Adhesion Molecule Expression in Sepsis Microcirculation. Adhesion molecules are the "early responders" of inflammatory response in microcirculation.
In the microcirculation, RBC must collapse to pass through narrow capillaries; hence, RBC deformability and aggregation are major determinants of resistance to flow.
In this study, we aimed to investigate the pharmacological effect of Keishibukuryogan, a major anti-Oketsu prescription, on microcirculation using cutting-edge live imaging techniques.
Pulp microcirculation is an important factor in the regulation of intrapulpal temperature when heat is transferred from an external thermal stimulus to the dentine-pulp complex [18, 19].
High quality of visualized distribution of blood pulsations, good repeatability of the BPA, and revealed dependencies of its response on the skin-temperature change offer the prospect for development new system of studying microcirculation.
A bioflavonoid found in leafy plants and vegetables, it stimulates the microcirculation in the scalp encouraging the hair to grow.