Jellinek, Harry; Gabor, Gyorgy; Solti, Ferenc; Veress, Bela
March 1967
Angiology;Mar1967, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p179
Academic Journal
In the muscular small vessels of the heart a new type of the pathomechanism of vascular changes has been described. The essence of the change is a disturbance of vascular wall transport, as a result of which plasma is accumulated subendothelially, and later also in the media. The plasma imbibition may be absorbed after lymph flow is restored, if no smooth muscle necrosis and resulting fibrinoid necrosis of the vascular wall develop. At the same time, the subendothelial plasma imbibitions narrow the vascular lumen and contribute to the damage caused by insufficient lymph flow in the heart muscle.


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