TITLE

UNINHIBITED REVERSIBLE ANTIDROMIC VASODILATION IN PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC DISEASES: ARTERIOSCLEROSIS, CARCINOGENESIS, NEURITIS, AND OSTEOPOROSIS

AUTHOR(S)
Hackett, George S.
PUB. DATE
February 1966
SOURCE
Angiology;Feb1966, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p109
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The basic heritable physiologic mechanism of man and other vertebrates consists of neurovascular stimulus response activities in which afferent impulse potential is redirected in the terminal neuron, by presynaptic axon reflex for uninhibited antidromic conduction, to within the walls of nutrient arterioles for vasodilation diffusion of oxygen and other hemic substances to provide Cell excitation, function, metabolism, rehabilitation, and reproduction. Many pathophysiologic disease processes develop in response to prolonged overstimulation of afferent potential, and to peripheral reflex vasodilation diffusion of excess neurokinin and other hemic substances that result in nutrient arterial perivascular interstitial edematous inflammatory degenerative and proliferative activities in the walls of arteries, nerves, and other tissue, and accelerated cell activities beyond their tolerance, while predominating over the associated inhibiting acitivities and inputs in contributing to unbalanced homeostasis. The abnormal manifestations include neuritis, arteritis, arteriosclerosis, anoxia, mucus epithelial hyperplasia' and metaplasia, decalcification, dystrophy and dysfunction, muscle degeneration, joint instability, pain, lowered stimulation threshold, and impaired neural conduction and reflexes. Identification and elimination of the etiologic factors responsible for prolonged noxious stimulation attain reversal of physiologic unbalanced mechanism, elimination of pain, and the resumption of normal activities.
ACCESSION #
16346987

 

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