Role of VEGF, Nitric Oxide, and Sympathetic Neurotransmitters in the Pathogenesis of Tendinopathy: A Review of the Current Evidences

@inproceedings{Vasta2016RoleOV,
  title={Role of VEGF, Nitric Oxide, and Sympathetic Neurotransmitters in the Pathogenesis of Tendinopathy: A Review of the Current Evidences},
  author={Sebastiano Vasta and Alberto Di Martino and Biagio Zampogna and Guglielmo Torre and Rocco Papalia and Vincenzo Denaro},
  booktitle={Front. Aging Neurosci.},
  year={2016}
}
Chronic tendinopathy is a painful common condition affecting athletes as well as the general population undergoing to tendon overuse. Although its huge prevalence, little is known about tendinopathy pathogenesis, and even cloudier is its treatment. Traditionally, tendinopathy has been defined as a lack of tendon ability to overcome stressing stimuli with appropriate adaptive changes. Histologic studies have demonstrated the absence of inflammatory infiltrates, as a consequence conventional… CONTINUE READING
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