Autoregulation of Blood Flow.

  title={Autoregulation of Blood Flow.},
  author={Paul C.D. Johnson and William H Waugh and Lerner B. Hinshaw},
  volume={140 3563},
A UTOREGULATION of blood flow, the tenden/ \ cy for blood flow to remain constant despite A. \ . changes in arterial perfusion pressure, is a ubiquitous and much studied phenomenon. Autoregulation was first described in the kidney in 1931, but it had been anticipated by Bayliss 30 years earlier based on changes in hind limb volume during alterations in arterial pressure. Bayliss noted a secondary decrease of organ volume with arterial pressure elevation and suggested that "the peripheral powers… CONTINUE READING
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