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Noun1.Arteriola - one of the small thin-walled arteries that end in capillariesarteriola - one of the small thin-walled arteries that end in capillaries
arteria, arterial blood vessel, artery - a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body
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f) El reflejo luminoso arteriolar es una linea brillante blanca en el centro de la arteriola y ocupa un cuarto del total de la anchura de esta.
(b) Inflammatory cells (lymphocytes, plasma cells, and histiocytes) surrounding the arteriola and vein in the kidney of the hMSC-treated mouse (PAS, magnification 200).
[sup][19] Since RI depends on the minimum diastolic shift of renal arteriola, it could be influenced by the HR.
The specific location of renin in granular cells located at the base of the glomerus in the juxtaglomeruler apparatus of the kidney allows for precise monitoring and rapid response to changes in renal arteriola blood pressure and fluid flow within the nephron.3 Prorenin is synthesized and stored in vesicles until cellular signaling results in release of bioactive renin into plasma.
Aging-induced Phenotypic Changes and Oxidative Stress Impair Coronary Arteriola Function.
Doctors at Kumamoto University's School of Medicine have successfully completed the first surgeries in Japan to regenerate arteriola of the heart.
TABLA I EFECTOS RENALES DE LA ADRENOMEDULINA 1 Efecto tubular Accion diuretica Accion natriuretica (mediada por oxido nitrico o prostaglandinas) 2 Efectos vasodilatadores Aumenta la tasa de filtracion glomerular Aumenta el flujo sanguineo renal Dilatacion de la arteriola aferente Dilatacion de la arteriola eferente 3 Acciones locales Inhibe la proliferacion del mesangio Inhibe la generacion de radicales libres en las celulas mesangiales Estimula el acido hialuronico