neurohumoral


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neurohumoral

(ˌnjʊərəʊˈhjuːmərəl)
adj
(Physiology) physiol of or pertaining to a neurohumour
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In many studies, it was shown that long-term psychological trauma causes the dysregulation of HPA axis and decreases glucocorticoid levels released in response to stress, altering the neurohumoral response against stress (14, 15).
The items underlying the mentioned scale--weight loss, reduced caloric expenditure, declining handgrip strength, slower gait speed and feeling of exhaustion--suggest that this unique system, namely, the muscular system, is involved, without essential components of this pathophysiological model, such as the neurohumoral and immunological systems, are explicitly included (11).
In order to investigate the neurohumoral pathways involved in acute exercise-induced GE delay, separate groups of rats were subjected to the same previously described procedures.
Natriuretic peptides are released in an effort to improve renal salt and water excretion, but they are inadequate to compensate for the neurohumoral processes (Huether & McCance, 2017).
These models have extensively been using to explore fundamental mechanisms excluding the influence of neurohumoral factors.
Extrinsic factors include the general hemodynamic conditions of the cardiovascular and the autonomic and nervous system and circulating neurohumoral agents.
Appropriate therapy is best selected using risk stratification by assessing hemodynamic impact as the strongest marker of short-term prognosis, morphological extent of PE, the patient's cardiovascular and pulmonary system status, the degree of neurohumoral adaptation and potential risks of the therapy [5, 6].
Neurohumoral features of myocardial stunning due to sudden emotional stress.
Obstructive sleep apnoea can lead to the sympathetic activation, oxidative stress, congestive cardiac failure, metabolic dysregulation, sleep fragmentation and neurohumoral changes, hence leading to other deadly diseases like diabetes, cerebrovascular disease and hypertension.
Neurohumoral factors during transition from left ventricular hypertrophy to failure in Dahl salt-sensitive rats.