transcapillary


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transcapillary

(trăns″kăp′ĭl-lă-rē) [″ + capillaris, relating to hair]
Across the endothelial wall of a capillary.
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The following variables were measured: MAP, stop flow pressure (SFP), transcapillary hydraulic pressure ([data]P), hematocrit (Hct), free flow pressure (FFP), capillary pressure (PC), and afferent (CA) and efferent (CE) protein concentration.
Moreover, prealbumin concentration in plasma, like that of albumin, is affected by changes in transcapillary escape.
Transcapillary transport and blood flow in RG-2 rat gliomas.
Mechanisms associated with imbalance between intravascular or capillary hydrostatic pressure and transcapillary filtration may be responsible for these symptoms.
8] Increased glomerular capillary flow after scarring or nephrectomy may cause proteinuria by increasing transcapillary convection and diffusion.
Transcapillary and interstitial diffusion of Na-Fluorescein in chronic venous insufficiency with white atrophy.
Inhibition of platelet-derived growth factor receptors reduces interstitial hypertension and increases transcapillary transport in tumors.
This transcapillary loss of albumin seems to be a major cause of the hypoalbuminemia seen in various acute conditions (30).
It is concluded that Venostasin has an inhibitory effect on oedema formation via a decrease in transcapillary filtration and thus improves oedema-related symptoms in venous diseases of the legs.
11] The transcapillary fluid migration is governed by capillary hydrostatic pressure and interstitial tissue colloid osmotic pressure, which tend to favor movement of water out of the capillary, whereas plasma colloid osmotic pressure and interstitial tissue hydrostatic pressure tend to favor movement of water into the capillary.
The Transex was held in a fold of skin, under the arm, or against the inside of the cheek, and blood entered the Sanguprobe pods by transcapillary effusion.