Diameter and blood flow of skeletal muscle venules during local flow regulation.


Whole organ studies suggest that venous resistance increases as blood flow falls and decreases when blood flow increases. In experiments on skeletal muscle we tested the hypotheses that these resistance changes may be due to changes in venous diameter, changes in the number of venules with blood flow, and/or changes in the shear rate of blood in venules… (More)


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