Cardiovascular embryology

Cardiovascular embryology

Cardiovascular embryology
... terminology describing the segments of the primitive heart Wenink and Gitten- R Abdulla et al.: Cardiovascular Embryology 193 Fig The sequence of events resulting in the union of the two lateral endocardial ... artery develops from the truncus arteriosus, whereas the distal main pul- R Abdulla et al.: Cardiovascular Embryology 195 Fig Development of the systemic venous drainage These schematics represent ... inlet interventricular septum, which is in the same plane of that of the R Abdulla et al.: Cardiovascular Embryology 197 Fig The atrial septum is formed by the septum primum and septum secundum...
  • 10
  • 7
  • 0

Báo cáo y học: " Effect of Weight Reduction on Cardiovascular Risk Factors and CD34-positive Cells in Circulatio"

Báo cáo y học:
... health In our study, we analyzed the effect of weight loss on the improvement of lipid profile in plasma and the increase of the level of CD34+/CD45- cells in circulation The data from our study demonstrated ... circulation during dieting program was 69% ± 50% In conclusion, the weight loss program analyzed in our study resulted in the improvement of the number of CD34+ cells in circulation and the decrease of ... biological effects on the metabolism and inflammation, contributing to the maintenance of energy homeostasis and the pathogenesis of obesity-related metabolic and inflammatory complications [4]...
  • 8
  • 142
  • 0

Báo cáo y học: "Pathogenic Mechanisms Shared between Psoriasis and Cardiovascular Diseas"

Báo cáo y học:
... between CD4+ and CD8+ effector and regulatory cell subsets [20] Although the mechanisms underlying the association between psoriasis and cardiovascular disease still remains poorly understood, ... limited by the potential for adverse effects such as hypertension, dyslipidemia, hyperhomocysteinemia, and renal and hepatic toxicity Thus preventive measures may be required during therapy Targeted ... psoriasis and atherosclerosis is mainly characterized by Th1 type cytokines such as IFNγ, IL-2 and TNFα [20, 22, 30] In these lesions, the major cytokine producers are dendritic cells, CD4+ and...
  • 6
  • 134
  • 0

Báo cáo y học: "Hypoalbuminaemia – A Marker of Cardiovascular Disease in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease Stages II - IV"

Báo cáo y học:
... CVD, malnutrion and inflammation in ESRD patients (25, 26) Hypoalbuminemia, a marker of malnutrition and underlying inflammation has come up as a powerful predictor of mortality in patients with ... C Inflammation enhances cardiovascular risk and mortality in hemodialysis patients Kidney Int 1999; 55: 64 8-6 58 27 Foley RN, Parfrey PS, Harnett JD, et al Hypoalbuminemia, cardiac morbidity, and ... of uremia: oxidative stress as a unifying concept of cardiovascular disease in uremia Kidney Int 2002; 62: 152 4-1 538 47 Stenvinkel P, Alvestrand A Inflammation in end-stage renal disease: sources,...
  • 5
  • 190
  • 0

Tài liệu Molecular Sensors for Cardiovascular Homeostasis P2 pptx

Tài liệu Molecular Sensors for Cardiovascular Homeostasis P2 pptx
... and H+ —provides a molecular mechanism underlying the observed lactic acid paradox (further supporting a role for ASICs as pH sensors in vivo), and makes the channels ideal sensors of the metabolic ... understood regarding the molecular nature of the chemical receptors that transduce these various stimuli into an electrical signal In this chapter we will focus on our efforts to identify chemical ... control, ischemia, and reperfusion before (C) and after (D) pericardial infusion of isotonic neutral phosphate buffer From Pan et al (1999) P1: OTE/SPH P2: OTE SVNY334-Wang February 14, 2007...
  • 10
  • 110
  • 0

Tài liệu Molecular Sensors for Cardiovascular Homeostasis P1 ppt

Tài liệu Molecular Sensors for Cardiovascular Homeostasis P1 ppt
... P1: OTE/SPH P2: OTE SVNY334-Wang February 14, 2007 15:12 Molecular Sensors for Cardiovascular Homeostasis i P1: OTE/SPH P2: OTE SVNY334-Wang February 14, 2007 15:12 Molecular Sensors for Cardiovascular ... 51 Part II The TRP Family TRP Channels as Molecular Sensors of Physical Stimuli in the Cardiovascular System Roger G O’Neil TRPV1 in Central Cardiovascular Control: Discerning the C-Fiber ... Timothy W Bailey, and Young-Ho Jin TRPV1 as a Molecular Transducer for Salt and Water Homeostasis Donna H Wang and Jeffrey R Sachs 77 93 110 v P1: OTE/SPH P2: OTE SVNY334-Wang February 14,...
  • 40
  • 134
  • 0

Tài liệu ESC Guidelines on the management of cardiovascular diseases during pregnancy pdf

Tài liệu ESC Guidelines on the management of cardiovascular diseases during pregnancy pdf
... where the risk is 1% In addition, there are large differences between each of the hereditary heart disease conditions, and the risk for descendants is dependent on whether only the mother, only the ... subsequent pregnancy. 225 The earlier the onset of hypertension in the first pregnancy, the greater the risk of recurrence.226 9.6.3 Long-term cardiovascular consequences in pregnancy- induced hypertension ... appreciation of the Guidelines team at the heart house, especially Veronica Dean and Nathalie Cameron for their extremely helpful support The CME text ESC Guidelines on the management of cardiovascular...
  • 52
  • 234
  • 0

Tài liệu Cardiovascular Disease doc

Tài liệu Cardiovascular Disease doc
... in the coming years These trends are discussed in greater detail in chapter 45 Cardiovascular Disease | 647 648 | Disease Control Priorities in Developing Countries | Thomas A Gaziano, K Srinath ... and infectious diseases Improved nutrition and public health leads to increase in chronic diseases, hypertension Increased fat and caloric intake, widespread tobacco use, chronic disease deaths ... Europe Percentage of total deaths 70 Cardiovascular diseases 60 Malignant neoplasms Injuries 50 40 30 62% 56% Belarus Respiratory infections Chronic lung diseases HIV/AIDS Croatia Kazakhstan...
  • 18
  • 142
  • 0

Tài liệu Báo cáo khoa học: MicroRNAs and cardiovascular diseases ppt

Tài liệu Báo cáo khoa học: MicroRNAs and cardiovascular diseases ppt
... MicroRNAs and cardiovascular diseases K Ono et al Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in developed countries The pathological ... miR-21 limits PTEN function and causes activation of the Akt pathway and increased matrix metalloprotease-2 expression in cardiac fibroblasts MicroRNAs and cardiovascular diseases Connective tissue ... miR-129, miR-210, miR-211, miR-212 and miR-423, with downregulation of miR-30, miR-182 and miR-526 Interestingly, gene expression analysis MicroRNAs and cardiovascular diseases revealed that most of...
  • 15
  • 244
  • 0

Tài liệu Changing patterns of cardiovascular diseases and cancer mortality in Portugal, 1980--2010 docx

Tài liệu Changing patterns of cardiovascular diseases and cancer mortality in Portugal, 1980--2010 docx
... long-term increase in the lung cancer mortality could help explain the turning point observed in the cancer mortality rate and YLL in 2006 [32] In men, colorectal cancer is the only common cancer ... increase in mortality rates from cancer, with more individuals surviving at risk of cancer We also observed a decrease in the number of deaths caused by gastro-intestinal diseases, injuries and poisoning, ... cancers in men and from cardiovascular diseases in women Keywords Cancer, Cardiovascular diseases, Mortality, Trends, Portugal Background In 2004, cardiovascular diseases (CVD) were the leading...
  • 15
  • 167
  • 0

Tài liệu Báo cáo Y học: Receptor crosstalk Implications for cardiovascular function, disease and therapy ppt

Tài liệu Báo cáo Y học: Receptor crosstalk Implications for cardiovascular function, disease and therapy ppt
... ventricular myocytes by the G protein-coupled receptor agonists, endothelin-1 and phenylephrine A role in cardiac myocyte hypertrophy? J Cell Biol 142, 523–535 86 Zhang, S.J., Cheng, H., Zhou, Y. Y., Wang, ... interlocked receptor pathways that are tightly coordinated and perfectly synchronized to ensure harmony, integrity and continuity of this vital function throughout life The signalling pathways involved ... omitted for clarity Inhibitory or counteractive functions are indicated as rounded arrow ends H, hormone (ligand); L, L-type Ca2+ channel; PLB, phospholamban; R, receptor; Ry, ryadine receptor; X, crosstalk...
  • 18
  • 165
  • 0

Xem thêm

Nạp tiền Tải lên
Đăng ký
Đăng nhập