baroreflex


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bar·o·re·flex

(bar'ō-rē'fleks),
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

/baro·re·flex/ (bar´o-re″fleks) baroreceptor reflex.

baroreflex

(băr′ō-rē′flĕks′)
n.
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

A vasomotor reflex which originates in the baroreceptors and responds to distension of the walls of great vessels of the head and neck to the commissural, dorsolateral and medial portions of the solitary tract nucleus of the brain stem.

bar·o·re·flex

(bar'ō-rē'fleks)
A reflex triggered by stimulation of a baroreceptor.

baroreflex

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04%, LNa) and, therefore, in a prehypertensive state, Gordon and Mark (10,13) demonstrated a partial arterial baroreceptor impairment (vs Dahl SR rats on a LNa diet) that translated into a diminution of both the heart rate (HR) and the neurosympathetic-mediated hindlimb vascular resistance baroreflex sensitivities, without altering the baseline MAP.