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A vascular spasm is a sudden, brief tightening of a blood vessel. ... Vascular spasms temporary limit blood flow to tissue supplied by that vessel. ...
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March 15, 2004: Researchers at the University of Chicago argue in the March 1 issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation that vascular spasm--a sudden, brief ...
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Vascular spasm - Overview, A vascular spasm is a sudden, brief tightening of the muscle cells inside the walls of a blood vessel.
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Vascular spasm - Symptom, A vascular spasm is a sudden, brief tightening of the muscle cells inside the walls of a blood vessel.
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Vascular spasm. Definition: A vascular spasm is a sudden, brief ... Vascular spasms can temporarily reduce blood flow to tissues supplied by that vessel. ...
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A vascular spasm is a sudden, brief tightening of a blood vessel. ... Vascular spasms temporary limit blood flow to tissue supplied by that vessel. ...
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A vascular spasm is a sudden, brief tightening of a blood vessel. ... Vascular spasms temporary limit blood flow to tissue supplied by that vessel. ...
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Vascular Spasm information center covers causes, prevention, symptoms, diagnosis, ... A vascular spasm is a sudden, brief tightening of a blood vessel. ...
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Vascular spasm is a poorly understood phenomenon with considerable pathologic implications. ... suggested that these focal defects arise from vascular spasm. ...
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Vascular spasm is a poorly understood but critical biomedical process because it ... Supporting this notion, vascular spasm was noted in coronary arteries, and ...
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Vascular spasm reduces blood flow through the traumatized vessel and, thus, reduces blood loss. ... so vascular spasm does not work for venules or capillaries. ...
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Even though many cardiologists ignore it, vascular spasm happens. ... Top row shows vascular spasm with microvascular filling defects. ...
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Vascular spasm is a poorly understood but critical biomedical process because it ... Supporting this notion, vascular spasm was noted in coronary arteries, and ...
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