homeometric

ho·me·o·met·ric

(hō'mē-ō-met'rik),
Without change in size.
[homeo- + G. metron, measure]
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In the next 10-15 min, a second gradual increase in force takes place (slow force response), increasing the calcium transient amplitude secondary to a cardiac autocrine-paracrine nongenomic mechanism and named homeometric autoregulation described by Von Anrep more than 100 years ago [44].
The initial response of the RV to an acute increase in PVR is to rapidly increase its contractile state (homeometric autoregulation or Anrep effect).
[Ca.sup.2+]-dependent heterometric and homeometric autoregulation in hypertrophied rat heart.