Arteriolar proliferation in the rat cremaster muscle as a long-term autoregulatory response to reduced perfusion.


Long-term autoregulation of arterial blood flow to sustained increases or decreases in arterial pressure has been previously reported. It is not clear whether the adaptive process at the microscopic level is a modification of vessel caliber or density. The present study was undertaken to assess morphological and hemodynamic changes resulting from a… (More)


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