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- adjective of or pertaining to an arteriole.
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- adjective of or relating to or involving arterioles
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Abeta1-40 diminished arteriolar myogenic response, and an anti-Abeta antibody reduced Abeta1-40 induced arteriolar constriction.
Once insoluble Abeta deposits are present, arteriolar reactivity is greatly diminished.
The same risk factors fit for those with arteriolar aneurysms and peripheral vascular disease.
It is sometimes painful. idiopathic paroxysmal bilateral cyanosis of the digits due to arterial and arteriolar contraction; caused by cold or emotion.
Hollenberg SM, Cunnion RE, Zimmerberg J. Nitric oxide synthase inhibition reverses arteriolar hyporesponsiveness to catecholamines in septic rats.
As a result, arteriolar sphincters constrict, diminishing the blood flow and further lowering tissue temperature.
 Grade 1 consisted of 'mild' generalized retinal arteriolar narrowing; Grade 2 consisted of 'more severe' generalized narrowing, focal areas of arteriolar narrowing and arteriovenous nicking; Grade 3 consisted of grades 1 and 2 signs plus the presence of retinal haemorrhages, microaneurysms, hard exudates and cotton-wool spots;
Another hypothesis suggests that the defect is extensive arteriolar endothelial damage which leads to subsequent platelet activation, adherence, occlusion, and fibrin strand formation ultimately producing thrombocytopenia and microangiopathic hemolysis.
Slide 28: Spinal anesthesia during surgery Early phase of traumatic paraplegia Loss of vasomotor tone-arteriolar and venular dilatation Bradycardia Iv fluids, leg end elevation and ionotropic support.
In the nervous functional system, the phenomenon of ischemia-revascularization secondary to arteriolar vasomotor activity which involves vasoconstriction and vasodilatation would produce interstitial edema and permit selective cellular nutrition by diffusion.