end organ


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a specialized structure at the peripheral end of some motor or sensory nerve fibers

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Signs ofair embolism depend upon the end organ supplied by the involved vasculature.
We think that the higher capability of starting and maintaining inflammation in younger patients may be responsible from the end organ damage and metabolic side effects seen more frequently in younger diabetics.
Hypertensive students were more likely to have evidence of end organ heart damage.
One possible explanation for greater alcohol related illness in South Asians relates to the biological factors that increase end organ damage.
His case, which is among hundreds documented by the Coalition for Organ-Failure Solutions (COFS), a Washington-based NGO working to end organ trafficking.
At best, it will leave a sufferer feeling like they have a permanent flu or a hangover, and at worst can lead to hospitalisation and end organ failure.
Wales has an unique opportunity to lead the way for patients with end organ failure within the UK.
For example, patients with newly diagnosed, but untreated, diabetes, with no evidence of end organ damage, would be used to test a new antidiabetic agent.
Evidence suggests that because of the potential risk of fetal intrauterine growth restriction, treatment of hypertension should be delayed until maternal blood pressure reaches 150-160 mm Hg systolic or 100-110 mm Hg diastolic, as long as the mother has no preexisting end organ damage.
Genetic Mutations Leading to End Organ Failure and Transplantation
The state markers are valuable in addressing three separate questions: recent intake of ethanol, evidence of chronic ethanol intake, and evidence of end organ damage as a result of ethanol intake.
Structural changes towards smaller caliber, small artery remodelling, cause hypertension and decreased organ perfusion, leading to acute events and chronic end organ dysfunction.