neurohumoral


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neurohumoral

pertaining to or emanating from neurohumor.

neurohumoral substances
include epinephrine, norepinephrine, acetylcholine, possibly histamine, serotonin and gamma-aminobutyric acid.
neurohumoral transmission
the transmission of a nervous impulse from neuron to neuron or from neuron to effector organ by means of a neurohumoral substance.
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Nevertheless, after this stage, longstanding biochemical, biomechanical, neurohumoral, and inflammation responses lead to structural damage of the pancreas (chronic pancreatitis) and a lowering of the exocrine pancreatic function while bringing many accompanying digestive diseases.
Neurohumoral and haemodynamic profile in postural tachycardia and chronic fatigue syndromes.
His overarching scientific interest has been the neurohumoral axis and its role in the pathophysiology and treatment of heart failure.
Such comorbidities may induce secondary neurohumoral activation due to mechanical stretch and associated cellular stress, with subsequent release of cardiac troponin into the circulation.
Three neurohumoral antagonists, an ACEI (or angiotensin receptor blocker (ARB)), a beta-blocker (BB) and MRAs are fundamentally important in modifying the course of HF-REF and should be considered in every patient.
A number of pathways are important for the development of obesity and/or diabetes, including but not limited to alterations in neurohumoral signaling, feeding behavior, energy balance, brain and peripheral inflammation, and insulin resistance.
Neurohumoral features of myocardial stunning due to sudden emotional stress.
Despite the substantial differences in the EF, Both groups have reductions in exercise tolerance, neurohumoral activation, and abnormal left ventricular (LV) filling dynamics and impaired relaxation and have similar clinical symptoms and signs.
Recently, lots of experiments have verified the effect of central nervous system (CNS) on fatigue, cerebral metabolic and neurohumoral alterations during strenuous exercise may result in the impairment of cortex activity, and this may lead to the failure of CNS sustaining adequate central drive to spinal motoneurons (Davis and Bailey, 1997).
Currently, the most prominent theories suggest that CD may be caused by direct mechanical stimulation of the myocardium or a neurohumoral response to treatment or both.
The etiopathogenesis is still obscure although there are many hypotheses including neurohumoral dysfunction.