transcapillary


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transcapillary

a. transcapilar, que ocurre a través de las paredes de los capilares.
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Tissue hyperosmolality as a mediator of vasodilation and transcapillary fluid flux in exercising skeletal muscle.
Tollan A, Oian P, Fadnes HO, Maltau JM, 1993, Evidence for altered transcapillary fluid balance in women with the premenstrual syndrome.
As the coronary sinus provides the primary drainage of the myocardial venous system, abrupt occlusion is likely to result in significant elevation of the transcapillary pressure.
The severe neurologic symptoms and their abrupt onset must be ascribed either to the concurrent presence of a retrograde VGE in the right IJV, and/or to air bubbles escaping into the systemic circulation through a intrapulmonary shunt or the transcapillary route that determined a massive ischemic injury in the territory of the right middle cerebral artery [30, 32, 33].
When injected into the SC tissue, lipophilic excipients such as phenol and meta-cresol as well as zinc disperse away from the insulin depot into the adipose tissue, which reduces KDM allowing for the subsequent dissociation of insulin hexamers into dimers and monomers before transcapillary transport [35].
The main reason of this action is the elevation of estrogen level during gestation, which will cause specific receptors in the mammary gland epithelium to bind to immunoglobulin-G and take it by the cell through transcapillary change Guedes et al.
Cerebrovascular endothelial cells are normally involved in the regulation of transcapillary fluid movement.
The endothelial cells of the peritubular microcirculation play a key role in the regulation of many important vascular functions including blood flow rates, blood coagulation and fibrinolysis, leukocyte attachment, and the transcapillary passage of cells and different molecules from the blood into the interstitium.
On the other hand, lower albumin levels may have been due to the increased rate of transcapillary leak of albumin into the interstitial fluid associated with infection [40].
They declared the increased transcapillary efflux of NEFA reflected a significant increase in the action rate of HSL.
Based on observations in healthy volunteers [1] and patients [2], a transcapillary reflux model suggests that acPED [less than or equal to] 0 p.d.u.
Alternatively, TNF-a may increase the permeability of the microvasculature, thus allowing an increased transcapillary passage of albumin.