hemorrheology

hemorrheology

 [he″mo-re-ol´o-je]
the scientific study of the deformation and flow properties of cellular and plasmatic components of blood in macroscopic, microscopic, and submicroscopic dimensions and the rheologic properties of vessel structure with which the blood comes in direct contact.

hemorrheology

/he·mor·rhe·ol·o·gy/ (he″mo-re-ol´ah-je) the study of deformation and flow properties of cellular and plasmatic components of blood and the rheological properties of vessel structures it comes in contact with.

hemorrheology

hemorrheology

the scientific study of the deformation and flow properties of cellular and plasmatic components of blood in macroscopic, microscopic and submicroscopic dimensions and the rheological properties of vessel structure with which the blood comes in direct contact.
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Research on therapeutic effect and hemorrheology change of berberine in new diagnosed patients with type 2 diabetes combining nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Fibrinogen, arterial risk factor in clinical practice," Clinical Hemorrheology, 1994.
A controlled trial of the effect of folate supplements on homocysteine, lipids, and hemorrheology in end-stage renal disease.
The deleterious effects of this protein seem to be mediated through its role in hemorrheology, hemostasis, and the atherogenic process itself.
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