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- Author(s)John Grayson
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication12/12/2012
- GenreAgriculture & Farming
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Note36 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight682 g
- Width155 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine23 mm
- Table Of ContentsI. Blood and Blood Vessel Interaction.- 1. Blood Rheology Interpreted through the Flow Properties of the Red Cell.- 1.1. Macroscopic Rheology and Tube Flow of Human Blood.- 1.2. Red Cell Interactions in Low Flow States.- 1.3. Rheology of Red Blood Cell Membrane.- 1.4. Pressure-Flow Relationships in the in Vivo Microcirculation.- 2. Methods for the Investigation of the Microcirculation.- 2.1. Noninvasive Measurement of Compliance of Small Arteries.- 2.3. A Method of Determining Resistances from Pressure-Flow Measurements with Microvascular Occlusions.- 2.4. Image Degradation in Magnification Radiology by Phase Shift.- 2.5. A New Low-Density, Nonaggregating Microsphere for Microcirculation Research.- 2.6. Development of an Index for Evaluating the Response of the Microvasculature in C3H Mice to Various Vasoactive Drugs.- 2.7. A Microscope Laser Doppler Anemometry (LDA) System for Measurement of Flow Velocity and Velocity Profiles in Vivo in the Vessels of the Microvascular System.- 2.8. A Video System for Measuring the Blood Flow Velocity in Microvessels.- 2.9. New Methods of Measuring the Different Rheological Parameters in Blood.- 2.10. Internal Tissue Heat during in Vivo Transillumination with Fused Quartz and Borosilicate Glass Rods.- 3. Red Cell Interactions with the Microcirculation.- 3.1 Red Blood Cell Velocity Profiles in Arterioles and Venules of the Rabbit Omentum.- 3.2 Analysis of Red Blood Cell Velocity Distribution in Human Nailfold Capillaries.- 3.3 In Vivo Study of Apparent Viscosity and Vessel Wall Shear Stress in Cat Mesentery.- 3.4. Flow Velocities of Red Blood Cells and Their Suspending Medium Measured in Glass Capillaries Using the Photometric Dual-Slit Method.- 3.5. A New On-Line Method of Measuring High Flow Speeds in Microscopic Vessels by a Dual Video Camera Technique.- 3.6. Blood Cells in an Annular Vortex.- 3.7. Geometry of the Fetal Erythrocyte and Its Relation to Osmotic Fragility.- 3.8. Electrochemical and Mechanical Factors in Red Cell Interactions.- 3.9. Role of the Erythrocyte Surface Charge in the Microcirculation.- 3.10. Velocity-Dependent Resistance Behavior of Erythrocytes in Capillary Pores and Membrane Elasticity.- 3.11. Effects of Altered Red Cell Deformability on Capillary Flow Resistance.- 3.12. Effect of Heat-Traumatized Blood on Microcirculatory Dynamics.- 3.13. Effect of Heat-Induced Spherocytes on Intrahepatic Microcirculation.- 3.14. Locomotion and Chemotaxis of Human Neutrophils.- 3.15. Leukocyte Adhesiveness as Influenced by Blood Velocity.- 3.16. Erythrocyte and Platelet Geometry: Comparative Quantitative Estimates by Static Microscopic and Rheo Optical Determinations.- 3.17. Erythrocyte Sedimentation of Human Blood at Varying Shear Rates.- 3.18. Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate and a Sedimentimeter .- 3.19. Osmotic Fragility Curves as Frequency Distributions.- 3.20. Psychosomatic Pain and Elevation of Blood Viscosity Factors.- 3.21. Blood Viscosity Factors in Diagnostic and Preventive Medicine.- 3.22. Rheological Properties of Sickled Red Cells in the Microcirculation.- 3.23. Some Effects of Tube Diameter on Oscillatory Blood Flow.- 4. Blood Vessel Structure.- 4.1. An Intracellular Tubular System in Capillary Endothelium.- 4.2. Observations of Pulmonary Capillary Endothelial Junctions Studied by the Freeze-Fracture/Etch Technique.- 4.3. On the Fine Structure of the Arteriovenous Anastomoses of the Rabbit Ear.- 4.4. Scanning Electron Microscopic Evaluation of Rat Femoral Artery Endothelium Following Microvascular Surgery.- 4.5. On the Organ Specificity of Microvessels: Heterogeneity of Arteriolar Metabolism.- 5. Microcirculatory Flow Patterns.- 5.1. The Natural History of Microcirculation.- 5.2. Increased Capillary Flow Rate of Erythrocytes in Hyperosmolar Human Blood by the Addition of Pentoxifylline.- 5.3. Measurement of Arteriovenous Circulation Time and Volume Flow in the Human Retin.- 5.4. Microcirculation of the Terminal Gill Lamellae in the Freshwater Goldfish (Carassius a
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