The transitional interval of tumour cells in vascular compartment
commences their first encounter with platelets.
The researchers' next steps are to identify the appropriate cells to regenerate the vascular compartment
of the kidney as well as the compartment of the kidney responsible for blood filtration.
The pathophysiology of OHSS is characterised by increased capillary permeability, leading to leakage of fluid from the vascular compartment
to the extra vascular space with third space fluid accumulation and intravascular volume depletion.
According to Stems (2013), two primary steps occur in edema formation: (a) movement of the fluid from the vascular compartment
to the interstitial compartment as a result of altered dynamics, and (b) retention of sodium and water by the kidneys.
This is balanced by influx from the vascular compartment
into the cerebral interstitium regulated by RAGE activity .
These pressures may result in large fluid shifts from the vascular compartment
into the interstitium and subsequently into the alveoli as the rate of removal of fluid by the lymphatic system is greatly exceeded (6,7).
Out of these 57 cases, more than half 30 (52.6%) subjects presented with hemorrhage in more than one vascular compartment
. The most frequent pattern was a combination of extradural and intracerebral hematomas i.e: 18 (60%).
They therefore remain in the vascular compartment
with a long intravascular half-life, (2,7) which is helpful in localising the site of enteric protein loss.
Shortly after administration (0.5 h) hypericin was located in the vascular compartment
of the tumour, but 6 and 24 h later it was located in the interstitial and cellular compartments (Chen et al., 2001a).
In some patients, the fluid shift from the vascular compartment
leads to shock and death (6,7,9).
Serum lipoproteins escape from the vascular compartment
and enter connective tissue at sites of increased vascular permeability.