4 edition of Clinical Aspects of Microcirculation (Bibliotheca anatomica) found in the catalog.
Clinical Aspects of Microcirculation (Bibliotheca anatomica)
David H. Lewis
January 1, 1974
by S Karger AG
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||568|
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In the present review, we discuss fundamental aspects of microcirculatory abnormalities during septic shock, including pathogenic mechanisms, technological assessment, clinical correlates and potential therapies. The most important function of the microcirculation is the regulation and distribution of flow within the different organs. The physiological basis of this clinical dilemma has been exposed by our clinical introduction of hand-held vital microscopes (HVM) for bedside monitoring of the microcirculation. To this end, a deeper insight into the functional anatomy and (patho)physiology of microcirculatory alterations associated with disease and therapy is by: 4.
Essential reading for candidates for the MRCPath examination and similar postgraduate examinations in clinical biochemistry. The book gives an overview of the acquisition of data, as well as concentrating on clinical aspects of the subject, giving detailed coverage of all conditions where clinical biochemistry is used in diagnosis and management. The microcirculation is the circulation of the blood in the smallest blood vessels, the microvessels of the microvasculature present within organ tissues. The microvessels include terminal arterioles, metarterioles, capillaries, and oles carry oxygenated blood to the capillaries, and blood flows out of the capillaries through venules into veins.
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This comprehensive reference book of coronary microcirculation broadly covers theoretical aspects, clinical cases and therapeutic considerations from an innovative perspective.
Topics covered include: ischemic heart disease, silent cerebral damage, heart failure, left ventricular hypertrophy arrhythmias, and cerebral and renal microcirculation. Clinical aspects of microcirculation. [Jørn Ditzel; David H Lewis;] Home.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: The book starts with a comprehensive overview of the coronary microcirculation written by Fonseca et al., thoroughly describing the characteristics of coronary microcirculation, from anatomical and histological aspects to physiology with emphasis on the regulatory mechanisms, and finally elucidating some pathophysiologic mechanisms in relation Cited by: 1.
This reference is a volume in the Handbook of Physiology, co-published with The American Physiological Society. Growth in knowledge about the microcirculation has been explosive with the field becoming fragmented into numerous Clinical Aspects of Microcirculation book and subspecialties.
This volume pulls all of the critical information into one lously edited and reviewed. Microcirculation is a rather new field which has been of predominant interest to basic scientists, linking togeth~r technical, hemodynamic, and biochemical aspects. The fmdings elaborated, however, are not only of theoretical interest, but bear in addition great clinical implications.
Microcirculation is a rather new field which has been of predominant interest to basic scientists, linking togeth~r technical, hemodynamic, and biochemical aspects. The fmdings elaborated, however, are not only of theoretical interest, but bear in addition great clinical implications.
In clinical. The clinical aspects include pathogenesis, symptomatology and diagnostic methods, and the fields of prophylaxis and therapy in all branches of medicine and surgery, pharmacology and drug research. The endeavour of the Editors-in-Chief and publishers of Clinical Hemorheology and Microcirculation is to bring together contributions from those.
Purchase Microcirculation - 2nd Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN The book provides a comprehensive overview of selected topics in microcirculation, from physiology to pathophysiology including molecular mechanisms and clinical aspects.
It contains 10 chapters written by reputed authors, which comprehensively sum up the current knowledge and some interesting new insights in the field of microcirculation. It will be useful to a broad range of audience, Cited by: 3. There continues to be intense interest on many aspects regarding the physiology of the renal microcirculation.
This is largely attributable to the cardinal role of the kidneys in the regulation of body fluid volumes and sodium balance which influences the cardiovascular system and the regulation of arterial pressure. Clinical Aspects of Microcirculation: 7th European Conference on Microcirculation, Aberdeen Part II (Bibliotheca Anatomica, No.
12) [J. Ditzel, D.H. Lewis, W. Call for Papers: Clinical Perspectives on the Microcirculation. The journal Microcirculation is pleased to announce that it will be publishing a Special Topics Issue on ‘Clinical Perspectives on the Microcirculation’ to feature the Microcirculatory Society’s emerging focus on connecting clinicians with basic science Special Issue will be edited by Dr.
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The Physiology and Pharmacology of the Microcirculation, Volume 2, discusses the microcirculatory function of specific organ systems. The first volume of The Physiology and Pharmacology of the Microcirculation presented some general aspects of microcirculatory function and then concentrated on the microcirculation of a specific organ system, namely, brain, eye, heart, and kidneys.
The book provides a comprehensive overview of selected topics in microcirculation, from physiology to pathophysiology including molecular mechanisms and clinical aspects. It contains 10 chapters written by reputed authors, which comprehensively sum up the current knowledge and some interesting new insights in the field of microcirculation.
Brief history of clinical imaging of the microcirculation. After Van Leeuwenhoek's introduction of in vivo microcirculatory microscopy in [12,13], this technique was long limited to semi-transparent tissue that could be transilluminated to avoid image contamination by tissue surface reflections and thereby obtain sufficient image contrast .
Microcirculation is a component of the blood circulation comprising a system of small blood vessels (microvessels) of a total length of aboutmiles. Book. Clinical Aspects of Blood. Microcirculation is composed of arterioles, capillaries, and venules, where the diameter of blood vessels varies approximately from 5 to μm.
The behavior of blood cells, including red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), and platelets (thrombocytes), is of great interest in physiology and biomedical engineering.
In the present review, we discuss fundamental aspects of microcirculatory abnormalities during septic shock, including pathogenic mechanisms, technological assessment, clinical correlates and. The lack of a general source of published information for the clinician on the clinical aspects of the microcirculation, as well as his failure to consider the microcirculation as a dynamic, integral part of the total cardiovascular system, often leaves him unprepared to evaluate disease processes in terms of microvascular reaction, pathology, or therapy.
Author Guidelines. Microcirculation - Instructions for Authors Note: Effective with the volume, this journal will be published in an online-only format. No printed issue of this title will be produced.
eLocators: This journal now uses eLocators. eLocators are unique identifies for an article that service the same function page numbers have traditionally served in the print world. This book discusses the influence of the brain microcirculation on the development of the pathological changes in Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD).
Also, the ultrastructural characterisation of pathological aspects of cutaneous microcirculation in patients with .Section 3: Development of Microcirculation Research. Chapter 9. Historical Aspects of Microcirculation Research, Chapter Technological Developments in the study of the Microcirculation, Chapter Application of Microcirculation Research to Clinical Disease, Section 4: Specific Application of Microcirculation Research.