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microcirculation

 [mi″kro-ser″ku-la´shun]
the flow of blood through the microvasculature. adj., adj microcir´culatory.

mi·cro·cir·cu·la·tion

(mī'krō-sĭr'kyū-lā'shŭn),
Passage of blood in the smallest vessels, namely arterioles, capillaries, and venules.

microcirculation

/mi·cro·cir·cu·la·tion/ (-sir″ku-la´shun) the flow of blood through the fine vessels (arterioles, capillaries, and venules).microcirculato´ry

microcirculation

(mī′krō-sûr-kyə-lā′shən)
n.
The flow of blood or lymph through the smallest vessels of the body, as the venules, capillaries, and arterioles.

mi′cro·cir′cu·la·to′ry (-lə-tôr′ē) adj.

microcirculation

[-sur′kyəlē′shən]
the flow of blood throughout the system of smaller vessels of the body, particularly the capillaries.
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Microcirculation

microcirculation

The circulation of blood at the terminal arterioles, capillaries and small venules.

microcirculation

The circulation of blood at the terminal arterioles, capillaries, small venules

mi·cro·cir·cu·la·tion

(mī'krō-sĭr-kyū-lā'shŭn)
Passage of blood in the smallest vessels, namely arterioles, capillaries, and venules.

Microcirculation

The passage of blood in the smallest blood vessels of the body, such as the capillaries in the hand and fingers.
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microcirculation

circulation of blood through the smallest vessels (arterioles, capillaries and venules); contrast with macrocirculation

mi·cro·cir·cu·la·tion

(mī'krō-sĭ­r-kyū-lā'shŭn)
Passage of blood in the smallest vessels, namely arterioles, capillaries, and venules.

microcirculation,

n the flow of blood throughout the system of smaller vessels of the body, particularly the capillaries.

microcirculation

the flow of blood through the fine vessels (arterioles, capillaries and venules).
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Under physiological conditions, a rise of venous oxygen saturation and microcirculatory blood flow is expected in both tissue depths during exercise, while postcapillary venous filling pressures decrease due to higher venous outflow.
While this action may inhibit early microcirculatory changes in venous hypertension, the mechanism by which it increases ulcer healing is not well understood.
Researchers assessed microcirculatory measurements via strain gauge plethysmography (a test which quantifies capillary filtration at the ankle) and laser Doppler flowmeters.
In addition to thermography, temperature and microcirculatory parameters were registered at a selected point using laser-Doppler flowmetry.
The pathogenesis of cerebral malaria remains obscure, but reduced microcirculatory flow caused by sequestration of parasitized rigid erythrocytes, neuronal injury by malarial toxins, excessive cytokine production and focal dysoxia leading to axonal dysfunction are the major contributors to neurological disability, coma and death (4).
Isolated ventricular noncompaction is associated with coronary microcirculatory dysfunction.
There were no differences in AVP or RT among the 3 groups at inclusion and microcirculatory and clinical evaluations were comparable.
Sepsis-induced hypotension develops from general microcirculatory maldistribution of blood flow and blood volume, and from hypovolaemia due to capillary leakage of intravascular fluid.
11] Javier Toro, Boris Chayer, Guy Cloutier, "Estimation of Microcirculatory Blood Flow Velocity Profile" Journal of Molecular Modeling, , 2007,vol.
The Advanced Pre/Post Formula, which includes two phases, "supports medical aesthetic procedures to minimize bruising and swelling, promote a healthy microcirculatory and venous system and support the immune system and reduces oxidative stress.
Neurological complications such as headache, lethargy, seizures, and coma are believed to be caused by microcirculatory injury, cerebral edema, uremia, hypoxemia, and electrolyte imbalances (Schmelzer & Stam, 2000).