transcapillary


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transcapillary

a. transcapilar, que ocurre a través de las paredes de los capilares.
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The main reason of this action is the elevation of estrogen level during gestation, which will cause specific receptors in the mammary gland epithelium to bind to immunoglobulin-G and take it by the cell through transcapillary change Guedes et al.
Cerebrovascular endothelial cells are normally involved in the regulation of transcapillary fluid movement.
They declared the increased transcapillary efflux of NEFA reflected a significant increase in the action rate of HSL.
Lundvall (21) ascribed ~75% of transcapillary fluid flux in active muscle tissue in cats to the increase in local osmolality and ~25% to the increase in local capillary hydrostatic pressure during exercise.
Based on observations in healthy volunteers [1] and patients [2], a transcapillary reflux model suggests that acPED [less than or equal to] 0 p.
Alternatively, TNF-a may increase the permeability of the microvasculature, thus allowing an increased transcapillary passage of albumin.
8 AT deficiency occurs in end stage liver disease, because of inadequate synthesis, diffuse intravascular coagulation and reduced transcapillary flux ratios.
It acts as a rate limiting structure, which obstructs transcapillary movement of substrates in the peripheral circulation into the brain.
Poor metabolic control, hypertension and microangiopathy independently increase the transcapillary escape rate of albumin in diabetes.
It is, however, inadvisable to overhydrate patients with acute asthma as they are prone to transcapillary fluid migration and alveolar flooding.
Hyperfiltration in these nephrons results form elevations in the mean glomerular transcapillary hydraulic pressure gradient (AP) and plasma flow rate (Qa).