TITLE

Morphologic Study on the Interaction between the Blood Vessel Wall and the Blood Flow: the Arterial Branching Ostium and the Site of Permeability

AUTHOR(S)
Tanimura, Akira; Cho, Takanori; Nakashima, Teruyuki
PUB. DATE
August 1980
SOURCE
Angiology;Aug1980, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p558
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on morphological study on the interaction between the blood vessel wall and the blood flow. In view of the common finding that arteriosclerosis tends to develop at the sites such as the branching point, the hemodynamic factor and the enhanced permeability caused by the accompanied endothelial injury, at the branching point, have been considered to play an important pathogenic role in the genesis of atherosclerosis. The formation of thrombosis, the facilitation of the turn over of the endothelium, and the augmentation of the permeability to labeled albumin have been reported to take place at the same site of the lipid deposition.
ACCESSION #
16404510

 

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