hypertrophied


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(of an organ or body part) excessively enlarged as a result of increased size in the constituent cells

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2006), while in HCM the heart is hypertrophied asymmetrically with the LV chamber rarely increased in size (D'Andrea et al.
Intended for cardiovascular researchers and molecular biologists, this handbook documents the cutting-edge techniques being used in gene transfer for cardiovascular disease, stem cell therapy, gene analysis for the injured and hypertrophied heart, and transgenic models.
38,39) In hypertrophied myocardium, blood flow is compromised not just because microvascular disease is present but also because of a failure of angiogenesis.
They teem with oneiric imagery (disembodied eyes, horned women, hypertrophied flowers, snakes with the faces of owls, flying rams) and intricate patterns (spirals, curlicues, dots, scallops, and undulating striations).
A labial reconstruction with resection of the bilateral hypertrophied areas was performed, and this vulvar specimen, designated as "hypertrophy-masses," was submitted for pathologic examination.
The voltage which is lower than expected with respect to the mass in hypertrophied hearts (i.
His vision of an impacted, hypertrophied urbanism as capitalism's nightmarish terminal point is, of course, a venerable one.
Our clinical examination revealed that his inferior turbinates had hypertrophied (figure 1, A).
The findings on the depolarization phase of AP are not that explicit, and they are not consistent However, significant changes in resting membrane potential, upstroke velocity or amplitude of the action potential, as well as conduction velocity in hypertrophied myocardium were reported (26-28).