The authors concluded that the research highlighted the plasticity of the microvasculature
and the reversibility of obesity-related changes in the retina.
Current methods for printing human tissue have hit a roadblock--the challenge of creating tiny blood vessels known as microvasculature
Current methods for printing human tissue have hit a roadblock: the challenge of creating tiny blood vessels known as microvasculature
Lead author Robyn Tapp of the University of Melbourne, Australia, and Leeds Beckett University in Leeds, UK, together with Dr Antti Viljanen (Turku University, Finland) and colleagues from Finland, Singapore, Hong Kong and London studied the effects of weight loss on the retinal microvasculature
of obese participants following bariatric (obesity) surgery.
AGE deposition in endothelial cells and smooth muscle cells of the microvasculature
reduces NO availability to cardiomyocytes.
However, the increase in the total number of fibroblastic cells with immature forms prevailing, and adequate state of microvasculature
suggest an irreversible atrophic process in childhood.
Granulomatous inflammation was also seen in a significant minority of the microvasculature
, with histiocytes and giants cells (Figure 6).
Detailed assessment of microvasculature
markers in non-small cell lung cancer reveals potentially clinically relevant characteristics.
adenosine, verapamil, nitroglycerin, sodium nitroprusside have favorable effects on microvasculature
, and they may be of value for no-reflow development.
Methods that allow for the early identification of alterations in the microvasculature
, and to put therapies into effect for its maintenance and recuperation, are important.
14) Long term effect of SM on vessels may predispose them to occlusion, particularly in microvasculature
system such as the retina.
Enhanced secretion of angiogenic cytokines after treatment with BMSCs in ischemic stroke has strong angiogenic effects on microvasculature
remodeling in neovascularization .