Increased end diastolic wall stress precedes left ventricular hypertrophy in dilative
heart failure--use of the volume based wall stress index.
The behaviour of sand transforms from contractive to dilative
, when a certain cyclic stress ratio is reached.
Cerebral microbleeds and dilative
remodeling of the basilar artery: a magnetic resonance imaging study.
A 74-year-old male patient with progressed dilative
cardiomyopathy with dyspnea, peripheral edema, and chronic renal failure was evaluated for LVAD implantation as destination therapy.
Onisiphorou, "Stochastic evaluation of static liquefaction in a predominantly dilative
sand fill," Geotechnique, vol.
Echocardiography detected a dilative
aortic sinus, with a diameter of 43 mm.
Binding to not only [beta]-receptors but also [alpha]-receptors gives a beta-blocker, in addition to its negative inotropic effects on myocardium, a dilative
effect on smooth muscle cells of blood vessels therefore reducing also blood pressure.
Genetic IRAK-M loss was associated with accentuated inflammation and increased dilative
remodeling following infarction [102, 103].
The dilatancy angle, [psi], is positive in the case of dilative
shearing, but this value is negative in the case of contractive shearing.
However, the use of anaesthetic drugs and positive pressure ventilation as well as a relative intra-operative hypovolaemia might compensate for the 'dilative
effect' of older age and cardiac disease on chamber dimensions.
Forty months previously, he had undergone heart transplantation for end-stage heart failure as a result of dilative
cardiomyopathy (DCM) for approximately five years.