Neural regulation of bronchial blood flow.

Abstract

The neural regulation of the bronchial vasculature differs from that of the general systemic circulation in that vasodilator reflexes play a major part in determining blood flow. These reflexes originate in the upper or lower airways, in carotid chemoreptors or in cardiac chemosensitive nerves; those arising in the lower airways are most potent and may… (More)

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