hyperaemia

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hyperaemia

An increase in the amount of blood in a part, organ or tissue as a result of widening (dilatation) of the supplying arteries.

rubor

redness due to hyperaemia/vasodilatation; classic sign (with calor, tumor, dolor and laeso functionare) of acute inflammation

hyperaemia

Excessive accumulation of blood in a part of the body. Note: also spelt hyperemia. Syn. injection. See ciliary injection; conjunc-tival injection.
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5) also found that systolic ankle pressure recovery to normal levels following the post-exercise hyperaemic response was more rapid after a period of exercise training.
It is possible that improved endothelial-dependent vasodilation in patients with PAD as a result of exercise training allows for a less pronounced and shorter duration post-exercise hyperaemic response and decrease in ankle pressure after a bout of exercise, which would explain the findings of the studies completed in the 1960s and 1980s.
Even after medicament application, haemostasis is difficult to achieve and the pulp appears hyperaemic.
The large exposure site had resulted in a contaminated and inflamed pulp that was very hyperaemic.
The grazed bowel segment was hyperaemic but viable with few omental tears [Figure 4].
In addition, the exposed conjunctiva becomes hyperaemic, keratinized, and results in discharge.
The characteristic features of bladder pathology are sandy patches containing eggs and fibrous material, which sit on a background of hyperaemic mucosa.
A grossly congested and hyperaemic 5-6 cm mass with smooth surface was seen coming out of os.
In pregnancy the nasal mucosa appears swollen and often hyperaemic.
Fundus examination revealed tortuous retinal veins with hyperaemic optic disc with hypopigmented peripheral retina.
Thompson and Schurman [14] suggested that the disease is a primary aberration of vascular tissue in bone, related to hyperaemic granulation tissue.