Correlation of axial blood velocity to venular and arteriolar diameter in the human eye in vivo.

@article{Koutsiaris2015CorrelationOA,
  title={Correlation of axial blood velocity to venular and arteriolar diameter in the human eye in vivo.},
  author={Aristotle G Koutsiaris},
  journal={Clinical hemorheology and microcirculation},
  year={2015},
  volume={61 3},
  pages={
          429-38
        }
}
The axial blood velocity (Vax) association with microvessel diameter (D) was studied at 104 different postcapillary venules (4 μm <  D <  24 μm) and 30 different precapillary arterioles (6 μm≤D≤12 μm) in the human conjunctiva of normal healthy humans. Venular diameter sizes were classified as "very small" (Group 1, 4.4 μm≤D <  8.9 μm), "small" (Group 2, 8.9 μm≤D <  13.8 μm), "medium" (Group 3, 13.8 μm≤D <  19.1 μm) and "large" (Group 4, 19.1 μm≤D≤23.5). The Spearman's correlation coefficient… CONTINUE READING
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