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va·so·mo·tor

 (vā′zō-mō′tər)
adj.
Relating to, causing, or regulating constriction or dilation of blood vessels.

vasomotor

(ˌveɪzəʊˈməʊtə)
adj
1. (Pharmacology) (of a drug, agent, nerve, etc) relating to or affecting the diameter of blood vessels
2. (Physiology) (of a drug, agent, nerve, etc) relating to or affecting the diameter of blood vessels

vas•o•mo•tor

(ˌvæs oʊˈmoʊ tər, ˌveɪ zoʊ-)

adj.
regulating the diameter of blood vessels, as certain nerves.
[1860–65]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.vasomotor - relating to the nerves and muscles that cause the blood vessels to constrict or dilate
Translations

va·so·mo·tor

n. vasomotora, agente que regula las contracciones y la dilatación de los vasos sanguíneos;
a. vasomotor-a, que causa dilatación o contracción en los vasos sanguíneos;
___ anginaangina ___;
centro ______ centro;
___ epilepsyepilepsia;
___ rhinitisrinitis ___;
___ spasmespasmo ___;
___ stimulantestimulante cardíaco;
___ system___ vasomotor.
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For many women, vasomotor symptoms, including hot flashes and night sweats, last for more years and persist longer past the final menstrual period than previously thought, a large multiethnic, multiracial observational study has shown.
For many women, vasomotor symptoms such as hot flashes and night sweats last longer past the final menstrual period than previously thought, a large multiethnic, multiracial observational study has shown.
These changes in perfusion index closely parallel anaesthesia washout and are most probably due to changes in peripheral vasomotor tone linked to that washout.
The compound has been shown in research studies to support bone health and reduce vasomotor symptoms.
to treat moderate to severe vasomotor symptoms due to menopause.
Vasomotor symptoms can last for a decade of more, depending on time of onset.
BACKGROUND: Increasing evidence suggests that vitamin E prevents the progression of atherosclerosis by inhibiting platelet aggregation, monocyte adhesion, and improving plaque stability and vasomotor function.
The researchers calculated the average daily vasomotor symptom score, or VMSScore, from the data that subjects recorded in a daily diary.
However studies examining their use in the reduction of vasomotor symptoms have yielded contradictory results.
It may be that the two symptoms reflect differing vasomotor sensitivities, and these in turn could be prognostic factors for later cardiovascular disease.