Kyle Remington Struthers

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Vasodilation of lower leg arterioles is impaired in animal models of chronic peripheral ischemia. In addition to arterioles, feed arteries are a critical component of the vascular resistance network, accounting for as much as 50% of the pressure drop across the arterial circulation. Despite the critical importance of feed arteries in blood flow control, the(More)
Functional vasodilation in arterioles is impaired with chronic ischemia. We sought to examine the impact of chronic ischemia and age on skeletal muscle resistance artery function. To examine the impact of chronic ischemia, the femoral artery was resected from young (2-3mo) and adult (6-7mo) mice and the profunda femoris artery diameter was measured at rest(More)
Patients with peripheral arterial occlusive (PAOD) disease have impaired To determine the impact of elevated flow and arteriogenesis on To determine the impact of ischemia on feed artery vascular reactivity, F Fo ollowing llowing In Int te ense nse Muscle Muscle Con Cont tr ra action ction vasodilation. Identifying the mechanism of this impaired could lead(More)
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