However, compensatory mechanisms
do occur after birth to accelerate growth and restore normal liver function, as IGF-1 activity increases and stress hormone signaling decreases.
In order to maintain postural orientation, sensory inputs from the vestibular and somatosensory system are all used as compensatory mechanisms
It's has been proven that the body replies to weight loss with compensatory mechanisms
that sabotage results.
Understanding the underlying pathophysiology of HF and the body's compensatory mechanisms
is foundational to understanding the recommended pharmacological treatment.
Thanks to compensatory mechanisms
, cats recover their vestibular function over around 40 days.
They activate the psychological compensatory mechanisms
we have in our body, so more beneficial hormones like endorphins (the 'happy hormones') are secreted.
Secondly, considering primary thyroid abnormality to initiate metabolic derangements in the presence of normal pancreatic and hepatocyte function would allow compensatory mechanisms
to reduce metabolic derangements at this stage.
Abnormal development occurs in foetus when genetic and environmental insults overwhelm the foetal compensatory mechanisms
. Most tail defects among domestic animals, especially in cattle, have genetic origins and these abnormalities mostly appear in the process of crossing different breeds (Distl and Baohr, 2005).
The purpose of this study was to review and compare radiological parameters of TLJDK in patients with lumbar degenerative kyphosis and to analyze relevant compensatory mechanisms
maintenance of sagittal balance.
Some hypotheses suggest that compensatory mechanisms
such as polycythemia and postural orthostatic tachycardia may be able to maintain sufficient tissue oxygen delivery during orthodeoxia, explaining the absence of acute platypnea [10, 11].
Conversely, the renal compensatory mechanisms
are slower and restricted.