VASCULAR REACTIONS AFTER EXPERIMENTAL COLD INJURY
- Chill in Air Helps Chilblains Thrive, Predominantly in Women Aged 20 to 40. Benson, Linda R. // Dermatology Times;Feb99, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p50
Describes the vascular condition of the extremities called pernio or chilblains, predominantly diagnosed in women between 20 to 40 years old. Signs and symptoms; Contributions of dampness and cold temperature to the development of the condition; Clinical findings; Prevention of the disease.
- Calendar of events. // Vascular Medicine;2002, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p159
Presents the calender of events in the field of cardiology and vascular biology published in the May 2002, issue of journal 'Vascular Medicine.'
- Peripheral Vascular Resistance Limits Exercise Functional Capacity of Mild Hypertensives. Modesti, Pietro Amedeo; Olivo, Giuseppe; Pestelli, Francesco; Rocchi, Federica; Vanni, Simone; Tedeschini, Renzo Camajori; Cedoni, Ilaria; Gensini, Gian Franco // Angiology;Jun1999, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p473
To evaluate the physiological basis for suboptimal peak exercise oxygen consumption (VO2P) observed in the early stage of hypertension, 25 WHO Stage I hypertensive men with normal left ventricular mass and 10 healthy control subjects of equivalent age underwent the maximal cardiopulmonary...
- Abnormal Reflex Vasoconstriction to Cold Stimulation in Forearm of Patients with Variant Angina. Nakamura, Yukio; Ikeda, Takayuki; Takada, Shigeo; Yamamoto, Masakazu; Horikawa, Kiyohiro; Kitamura, Takashi; Kubota, Kooji; Hattori, Nobu // Angiology;Mar1984, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p177
The responses of the blood vessels of the forearm to cold pressor test and mental stress were examined in patients with variant angina and in control subjects. In response to cold pressor test, blood pressure, heart rate and forearm vascular resistance increased with statistical significance in...
- Comparative Diagnostic Value of Ankle-to-Brachial Index and Transcutaneous Oxygen Tension at Rest and After Exercise in Patients with Intermittent Claudication. de Groote, Pascal; Millaire, Alain; Deklunder, Guislaine; Marache, Philippe; Decoulx, Eric; Ducloux, Gérard // Angiology;Feb1995, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p115
Background: Few studies have compared sensitivities of ankle-to-brachial index (ABI) and transcutaneous oxygen tension (TCPo2) in a large group of patients with Leriche stage II intermittent claudication. Method and Results: 111 patients (138 limbs) with a stable chronic (> three months)...
- The Accuracy of "Pull-Through" Pressure Measurements and Papaverine Testing. Baker, A.R.; Evans, D.H.; Taylor, J.D.; James, D.C.; Bell, P. R. F. // Angiology;Sep1985, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p638
Intra-arterial pressure measurements have been made in a group of vascular patients using two different methods. The pull-through method, without systemic pressure monitoring, is compared with a technique employing simultaneous radial and femoral arterial puncture. In both techniques, pressures...
- EFFECT OF SLOW AND RAPID WARMING ON PROLONGED CHILLING AND FREEZING OF THE LEGS OF DOGS. Entin, Martin A.; Schultz, G. A.; Baxter, Hamilton // Angiology;Dec1954, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p486
The effect of rapid warming on thighs of dogs exposed to a range of temperature from 0ï¿½ to -20ï¿½C. was studied. The foot and lower leg was protected from cold injury to avoid secondary complicating factors, such as infection and thrombosis. The chilling of both thighs in the dog...
- INJURY AND REPAIR OF ARTERIAL TISSUE. Lindler, J. // Angiology;Nov1974, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p628
It appears from the biochemical, histochemical and morphological analyses under discussion in this session, that the polysaccharide-protein components of the arterial ground substance, containing hexosamine, uronic acids, neuraminic acid etc. (acid and neutral proteoglycans) determine essential...
- INJURY AND REPAIR IN ARTERIAL TISSUE. Bj�rkerud, S. // Angiology;Nov1974, Vol. 25 Issue 10, p636
Studies the effect of injury on arterial tissue. Concepts concerning the etiology of arterial disease; Proliferation occurred before degenerative changes; Examination of injury and repair of arterial tissue.