splanchnic


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splanchnic

 [splangk´nik]
pertaining to the viscera.

vis·cer·al

(vis'ĕr-ăl),
Relating to the viscera.
Synonym(s): splanchnic

splanchnic

/splanch·nic/ (splangk´nik) pertaining to the viscera.

splanchnic

(splăngk′nĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the viscera; visceral: a splanchnic nerve.

splanchnic

[splangk′nik]
See visceral.

vis·cer·al

(vis'ĕr-ăl)
Relating to the viscera.
Synonym(s): splanchnic.

splanchnic

Pertaining to the internal organs (viscera).

splanchnic

of or relating to the viscera.

splanchnic

pertaining to the viscera.

splanchnic circulation
includes the mesenteric, splenic and hepatic beds, the first two comprising the major part of the inflow to the third.
splanchnic nerves
a group of sympathetic nerves serving the blood vessels and viscera of the abdomen.
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Splanchnic vein thrombosis in severe acute pancreatitis: a 2-year, single-institution experience.
The heart to lung, heart to liver and heart to splanchnic ratios were higher in AdenEx group as compared the Adeno groups (table-4 and fig-4).
The molecules: mechanisms of arterial vasodilatation observed in the splanchnic and systemic circulation in portal hypertension.
This reflects that during periods of endurance training, the reduction in splanchnic blood flow leading to bacterial death and translocation across the intestinal wall enter the portal circulation to reach the liver and induce the acute phase response.
Retracted: Influence of prolonged cardio-pulmonary bypass times on splanchnic perfusion and markers of splanchnic organ function.
Splanchnic and Peripheral Glucose and Lactate Metabolism during and after Prolonged Arm Exercise.
However, in recent years few researches has been conducted on the influence of the diet containingdifferent proportion of forage and concentrate and its effects on the metabolism of VFAs in splanchnic tissue in goat.
There were no differences in net flow of glucose BOHB and NEFA across splanchnic tissues but a decreased net portal absorption in NEFA (Pless than 0.
Electrodes are applied by a nurse at the root of the splanchnic nerves in splanchnoptosis to treat resultant cerebral anemia found in shell shock sufferers.
The greater and lesser splanchnic nerves entered the abdomen by passing through this space (Figure 1 & 2).
5) However, reports on CPB are conflicting because hypothermia decreases the oxygen demand of the splanchnic organs and, thus, hepatocellular oxygenation is preserved better during hypothermic CPB.
8-10] Similarly, in variceal haemorrhage the use of vasopressors or somatostatin analogues, which reduce splanchnic flow, have been shown to be of benefit.