Results The amounts of Evens blue crossing the cochlea microvasculature were (1.709±0.769) and (2.849 ±0.653) μg/per animal 2 and 4 h after the development of cochlea microcirculatory disorder in guinea pigs, respectively ( P <0.01);
Compared with the model group,serum NO and PGE_2 con- tent were improved to different degree in DSY group,the number of micrangium increased,among which the thera- peutic effect of 7 g/kg DSY showed superior effect to that of ranitidine(P＜0.05).
There were notable differences of the diameter of micrangium between chronic rhinitis (22.5/μn) and anaphylactic rhinitis (17.35/an), (P<0.01); between both of the above and the normal ones (19.6μm), (P< 0.01).
Relationship of adrenomedullin expression and microvessel density and prognosis in smooth muscle tumor of uterus
The aim of this paper was to investigate the relationship between the expression of adrenomedullin (ADM) and microvessel density (MVD) and prognosis in smooth muscle tumor of uterus.
Compared with those in the SO group, the significant increases in microvessel density (MVD) were observed on the 30th and the 180th day after the insertion of the bulk copper (P >amp;lt; 0.05).
There was a positive correlation between microvessel density (MVD) and the number of the CD56-positive uNK cells in decidual stroma, and also between the number of the CD56-positive uNK cells and VEGF-A protein expression in the tissue.
Pericytes are defined by their location in vivo; the pericyte partially surrounds the endothelial cell of the microvessel and shares a common basement membrane with it.
Matrigel assay using human microvascular endothelial cells showed that OptiBerry impaired angiogenesis.
A model problem of the flow in a microvascular unit with arbitrary occlusion of the capillaries is formulated.
The results of measuring the resistance when the flow changes from steady to pulsating are discussed on the basis of simple mathematical models of the individual vessel and the microvascular module.
A close correlation between the blood flow at rest and arterial pressure was found to contribute to the optimization of microvascular pressure and shear stress in accordance with body demands.
Examination of 28 healthy subjects and 66 patients was performed using laser Doppler flowmetry (LDF) of the skin of fingers in the red and infrared ranges and wavelet analysis of microvascular blood flow oscillations.
Blood flow in the muscle microvasculature in the presence of regulatory reactions: Quasisteady problems
Evaluation of the parameters of total, nutritive, and shunt blood flows in the skin microvasculature using laser Doppler flowmet
It was shown that, in ES, responses of individual regions of the microvasculature are relatively autonomous and different.
Fibrin deposits are found in and around the vessels in transplant coronary artery disease, in spontaneous atherosclerosis, and in the microvasculature of failing cardiac allografts.
For assessing clinical events associated with cardiac allograft vasculopathy, parameters relating to nonimmunological or immunological risk factors, epicardial coronary vessels, microvasculature, or left ventricular function may be utilized.