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Exercise : regulation and integration of multiple systems
PART I: NEURAL CONTROL OF MOVEMENT, EDITED BY JUDITH SMITH 1. The Physiological Control of Motoneuron Activity 2. Neuromuscular Adaptation 3. Proprioceptive Feedback and Movement Regulation 4.Expand
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Peripheral circulation and organ blood flow
This revised text presents the full scope of glaucoma with over 2000 papers on the subject reviewed and incorporated. Included are two new chapters on Prostaglandins and Drainage Implant Surgery.Expand
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From Belfast to Mayo and beyond: the use and future of plethysmography to study blood flow in human limbs.
Venous occlusion plethysmography is a simple but elegant technique that has contributed to almost every major area of vascular biology in humans. The general principles of plethysmography wereExpand
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The contribution of constrictor and dilator nerves to the skin vasodilatation during body heating
During body heating there is a large increase in hand and forearm blood flow owing to vasodilatation mediated by sympathetic nerves. In the forearm the vasodilatation is confined to the vessels ofExpand
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With the use of a strain-gauge plethysmograph, the effect of a brief (0.3 sec) contraction of the forearm muscles on forearm blood flow has been studied in eight healthy adults. An increase in flow...
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Blood Pressure during Supine Exercise in Idiopathic Orthostatic Hypotension
The arterial blood pressure was measured during exercise in six patients with idiopathic orthostatic hypotension. In five there was a pronounced fall of arterial pressure while the subjects exercisedExpand
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Role of Vagal Afferents In the Control of Renal Sympathetic Nerve Activity in the Rabbit
The influence of vagal afferents on renal sympathetic nerve activity was studied in nine rabbits anesthetized with sodium pentobarbital and artificially ventilated with oxygen. Arterial Pco2 and pHExpand
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Sex differences in control of cutaneous blood flow.
Women are far more likely than men to suffer from Raynaud's disease. The purpose of this study was to determine whether there are gender differences in local or central control of cutaneous bloodExpand
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Endothelium‐Derived Vasoactive Factors: II Endothelium‐Dependent Contraction
Endothelial cells may produce and release vasoconstrictor substances in response to a number of agents and physical stimuli. In this brief review, current understanding of the mechanisms ofExpand
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