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1966 2
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1988 4
1989 48
1990 118
1991 228
1992 203
1993 270
1994 266
1995 226
1996 258
1997 310
1998 356
1999 359
2000 444
2001 475
2002 475
2003 525
2004 573
2005 513
2006 527
2007 487
2008 480
2009 529
2010 544
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2013 420
2014 396
2015 358
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2017 256
2018 212
2019 79
2020 0
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The Human Microcirculation: Regulation of Flow and Beyond
Gutterman DD, et al. Circ Res 2016 - Review. PMID 26837746 Free PMC article.
Some pathways responsible for this stress-induced shift in mediator of vasodilation are proposed. This paradigm may help explain why microvascular dysfunction is such a powerful predictor of cardiovascular events and help identify new approaches to treatment and prevention....
Some pathways responsible for this stress-induced shift in mediator of vasodilation are proposed. This paradigm may help explain why …
Cutaneous active vasodilation as a heat loss thermoeffector.
Francisco MA and Minson CT. Handb Clin Neurol 2018 - Review. PMID 30454590
Activation of these vasodilator nerves is known as cutaneous active vasodilation and has been the subject of much recent research. ...This complexity and redundancy has left our understanding of cutaneous active vasodilation incomplete; however, the employment of new techniques and use of new pharmacologic agents have introduced many new insights into cutaneous active vasodilation....
Activation of these vasodilator nerves is known as cutaneous active vasodilation and has been the subject of much recent research. .. …
The Molecular Basis of Portal Hypertension
Rockey DC. Trans Am Clin Climatol Assoc 2017 - Review. PMID 28790516 Free PMC article.
There is intense vasoconstriction in the liver and the kidneys, but also vasodilation in the other vascular beds, including the periphery, lungs, brain, and mesentery. ...
There is intense vasoconstriction in the liver and the kidneys, but also vasodilation in the other vascular beds, including the perip …
Garlic
Mansell P and Reckless JP. BMJ 1991. PMID 1912802 Free PMC article.
Response to Hall
Morris RC, et al. Circulation 2016. PMID 27358993
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