venule


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2013) Podoplanin maintains high endothelial venule integrity by interacting with platelet CLEC-2.
In grade A1 rejection, occasional small blood vessels in the alveolated lung parenchyma, particularly venules, are surrounded by a thin ring (2-3 layers) of mononuclear cells.
Single unbranched cremasteric venules (20-40 [micro]m in diameter) were selected for study and the diameter was measured on-line by using a video caliper (Microcirculation Research Institute, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas).
At the periphery of the lobule, the inlet venules (portal vein) and inlet arterioles (hepatic artery) pierce the periportal hepatocytes limiting plate to open into the sinusoids.
PACE treatment resulted in an immediate increase in arterial and venule diameters and the number of functional capillaries, which suggests an increase in blood perfusion that is known to benefit the healing of ischemic conditions.
These structures are supplied by one or two arterioles and a single venule.
Urticaria is caused by mast cell activation, which leads to release of antihistamines and other substances that increase capillary and venule permeability, allowing fluid to leak into the extravascular space.
a] is the calibre of the smaller branch venule and [W.
There surely are immunological aberrations in Behcet's; the unique pathergy phenomenon of Behcet's represents a bona fide increased inflammatory propensity, and there can be vasculitis in this curious condition from the minute venule all the way to the left ventricle.
Key words: arteriole, endothelium, microcirculation, myeloperoxidase, oxidative stress, particulate matter, polymorphonuclear leukocyte, systemic, venule.
The liver is divided into multiple lobules, each centered around a terminal hepatic (central) venule and surrounded peripherally by six portal triads.
Leukocytes that were either stationary or moving but in constant contact with the venular wall for at least 200 lam were counted for 1 min in each venule studied.
Liver cells closer to where the blood exits the lobule at the hepatic venule (i.
B, A central venule with thickened and edematous wall containing reactive fibroblasts.
The normal arteriole to venule ratio is 2:3 and this is reduced in hypertension.