angiospasm


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Related to angiospasm: angiostenosis, angina pectoris, phlebitis
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an·gi·o·spasm

n. angioespasmo, contracción prolongada y fuerte de un vaso sanguíneo.
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sup][7] CA is capable to improve visual function through regulating the function of ocular vessels, relieving angiospasm, and increasing ocular blood flow.
Endothelial dysfunction may be an independent cause of poor circulation in the tissue as often provokes angiospasm or thrombosis of blood vessels (that, in fact, observed in some forms of ischemic heart disease).
And it appears a series symptoms, such as cerebral angiospasm, overstretch, abnormal hemorheology, cerebral pial microcirculation disturbance, low compliance and so on.