1 edition of arterial wall found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Albert I. Lansing ; sponsored by the Gerontological Society, Inc.|
|Contributions||Lansing, Albert Ingram, 1915-, Gerontological Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||259|
Biology of the Arterial Wall is intended as a general reference text concerned with the biology of the vascular cells and the blood vessel wall under physiological and pathological conditions. One of the major functions of the arteries is to maintain a continuous blood flow to the organs whatever the pressure conditions, thanks to the vasomotor. The concept that the arterial blood stream first "expands" and then "bursts" an "aneurysmal herniation of the wall" is now considered too simple to explain the complex features of all arterial aneurysms thus necessitating a subclassification of different by:
In this article, you will get an overview of the most important facts concerning the histology of blood vessels and the differences between the wall structure of veins and arteries. Definition of the human blood circulation, veins and their special features, direction of blood flow. Read more! Blood Pressure and Arterial Wall Mechanics in Cardiovascular Diseases Michel E. Safar, Michael O'Rourke, Edward D. Frohlich In cardiovascular prevention, there is classically a small number of cardiovascular risk factors to treat, such as hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia and smoking excess, which are widely detected and treated.
Synonyms for arterial include main, major, principal, through, trunk, intravenous, blood, circulatory, drip and endovenous. Find more similar words at ! An artery (plural arteries) (from Greek ἀρτηρία (artēria), meaning 'windpipe, artery') is a blood vessel that takes blood away from the heart to all parts of the body (tissues, lungs, etc.). Most arteries carry oxygenated blood; the two exceptions are the pulmonary and the umbilical arteries, which carry deoxygenated blood to the organs that oxygenate :
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The process of atherosclerosis develops in arterial walls (Loscalzo and Schafer, ). It starts to develop from oxidized low-density lipoprotein (LDL) molecules.
When oxidized LDL evolves in plaque formations within an artery wall, a series of reactions occur to repair the damage to the artery wall caused by oxidized LDL (Libby, ). Enzymes of the Arterial Wall is a comprehensive up-to-date monograph, and is the first publication dealing specifically with quantitative determinations of enzyme activities in human and animal vascular tissue.
All available information concerning this subject is included. The concept is that atherosclerosis begins as a response to chronic minimal injury to the endothelium (the continuous monolayer of cells lining the arterial wall) and that interactions among monocytes, lipoproteins, platelets, lymphocytes, and arterial wall book muscle cells abet and continue the pathogenic process.
Arterial wall book Biology of the Arterial Wall (Basic Science for the Cardiologist Book 1): Read Books Reviews - ce: $ Arteries and veins have similar structures but have different forms customized to suit their purpose. The tunica media is the middle section in vein and artery walls.
The tunica media is thicker in arteries; these need to withstand pressure from the heart. Veins also have valves for blood movement. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lansing, Albert Ingram, Arterial wall.
Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, (OCoLC) Document Type. Angiodysplasias, Tumours and Tumour-like Lesions of the Blood Vessels.
Front Matter. Pages Continued Tests of the Arteries. Angiogram (angiography): A thin, flexible tube is inserted into the arteries, special dye is injected, and an X-ray shows blood flow through the arteries. Areas of. Blood Pressure and Arterial Wall Mechanics in Cardiovascular Diseases has been written to facilitate understanding of these new concepts regarding bleed pressure and cardiac risk, and prepare the reader for the considerable evolution of the topic in the years to come.
Much has been learned already regarding the management of these patients, and Format: Hardcover. Conversely, the arterial wall’s remarkable capabilities for growth, repair, and continual renewal under diverse physiological loads have yet to be reproducedin tissue engineered vessels, thoughrapid advances are being made [,].
The mechanical integrity of the arterial wall is dependent on its passive load bearing components: col-File Size: 2MB. Biology of the Arterial Wall is intended as a general reference text concerned with the biology of the vascular cells and the blood vessel wall under physiological and pathological conditions.
One of the major functions of the arteries is to maintain a continuous blood flow to the organs whatever the pressure conditions, thanks to the vasomotor tone of the smooth muscle : Springer US. *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.
ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. T1 - Measurement of the modulus of elasticity of the arterial wall. AU - Posey, John A.
AU - Geddes, L. PY - /12/1. Y1 - /12/1. N2 - The primary purpose of this study was to investigate the feasibility of predicting the modulus of elasticity for arteries using measured pulse wave velocity and the Moens Korteweg by: Sep. 11, — Arterial wall stiffness and reduced arterial dilation are the first signs of cardiovascular diseases that can be measured.
A new study carried out in Finland shows that low. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kirk, J.E. (John Esben), Enzymes of the arterial wall. New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Enzymes of the Arterial Wall is a comprehensive up-to-date monograph, and is the first publication dealing specifically with quantitative determinations of enzyme activities in human and animal vascular tissue.
All available information concerning this subject is Edition: 1. Publisher: Springer ISBN Author: Schettler, Gotthard ISBN Title: Molecular Biology of the Arterial Wall Item Condition: New.
Book. Biology of the Arterial Wall is intended as a general reference text concerned with the biology of the vascular cells and the blood vessel wall under physiological and pathological conditions.
One of the major functions of the arteries is to maintain a continuous blood flow to the organs whatever the pressure conditions, thanks to the vasomotor tone of the smooth muscle cells. The fully adjusted odds ratios (ORs) of active arterial wall thickening for the logarithmic circulating CD34+ cell count were (, ) and (, ) for subjects without and with Author: Yuji Shimizu, Shin-Ya Kawashiri, Kairi Kiyoura, Jun Koyamatsu, Shoichi Fukui, Mami Tamai, Kenichi No.
You may purchase access to this article. This will require you to create an account if you don't already have one. Arterial Wall Mechanics. Application ID: This model shows how to implement an anisotropic hyperelastic material for modeling collagenous soft tissue in arterial walls.
The hyperelastic material model, called Holzapfel-Gasser-Ogden material, is based on the article: Holzapfel, G. A., Gasser, T. C., & Ogden, R. W. (). A new.Abstract To evaluate arterial physiopathology, complete arterial wall mechanical characterization is study presents a model for determining the elastic response of elastin (ς E, where ς is stress), collagen (ς C), and smooth muscle (ς SM) fibers and viscous (ς η) and inertial (ς M) aortic wall work assumes that the total stress developed by the wall to Cited by: The arterial wall may also stiffen due to calcification of the elastic lamellae.
The presence of calcium deposits in the media of large arteries increases significantly with age and there is a strong correlation between aortic calcium content and arterial stiffness in by: