vasculogenic

vasculogenic

/vas·cu·lo·gen·ic/ (vas″ku-lo-jen´ik) angiogenic (1).
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While once thought to have predominantly psychological causes, new evidence suggests that physiological causes play a major role, in particular poor blood flow to the penis, called vasculogenic ED.
An understanding of the evaluation and management of cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk in men with vasculogenic ED is also important.
Unique angiogenic and vasculogenic properties of renal cell carcinoma in a xenograft model of bone metastasis are associated with high levels of vegf-a and decreased ang-1 expression.
After transplantation, the circulating placenta-derived ECFCs formed significantly more blood vessels in vivo than the ECFCs derived from umbilical cord blood, indicating not only that there are inherent functional differences between resident and circulating ECFC populations, but that the placenta-derived cells are more vasculogenic," Murphy noted.
Genetic heterogeneity of the vasculogenic phenotype parallels angiogenesis; Implications for cellular surrogate marker analysis of antiangiogenesis.
demonstrated to play an important role in the vasculogenic and
Vasculogenic causes, which include decreased penile arterial inflow or increased venous outflow, can also be present as a result of elevated cholesterol level, hypertension and tobacco smoking.
In a recent article, Jennifer Berman, a leading figure in the medicalization of female sexual dysfunction, discusses five etiologies of female sexual dysfunction: vasculogenic, neurogenic, hormonal/endocrinological, musculogenic and psychogenic (Berman, 2005).
VEGFR2 has been demonstrated to play an important role in the vasculogenic and angiogenic activities that contribute to the development and progression of tumors associated with a broad range of cancers.
Potential predictors of asymptomatic ischaemic heart disease in patients with vasculogenic erectile dysfunction.
Thus, the hypoxic environment created by placental insufficiency could be the trigger that turns on a vasculogenic response in any endothelial cells that have escaped into a fetus's circulation, they wrote.