8 edition of Target Organ Pathology found in the catalog.
October 6, 1997 by CRC .
Written in English
|Contributions||J. Turton (Editor), J. Hooson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||512|
However, the relation between target organ pathology of isolated clinic hypertensive patients when compared to normotensive controls is less clear. In about half the studies that have been conducted, target organ parameters from isolated clinic hypertensives closely resembled those of normotensive controls (for example, Cavallini et al.,
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This book reviews the mechanisms of these toxic effects and the structure/functional changes which occur in the target organ tissues as a result. Target organ pathology: a basic text. [J Turton; J Hooson;] -- The major organs of the body are targets for chemically-induced effects in animals and humans.
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(c) Microvascular Pathology. This is the least frequent form of hypertensive target organ damage and differs very substantially in its pathophyisology from that of macrovascular disease as has been clearly demonstrated in experimental animal models using BP radiotelemetry.
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• Hypertension is associated with a prothrombotic state.• Platelet activation, endothelial dysfunction and altered angiogenesis play an important part in the pathophysiology of target organ damage in hypertension.• Target organ damage includes microvascular (retinopathy nephropathy, vascular dementia) and macrovascular injuries (stroke and myocardial infarctions).•Author: Sunil Nadar.
Liver – Fatty change Figure Legend: Figure 1 Fatty change–focal fatty change (arrow) in a B6C3F1 male mouse from a chronic study. Figure 2 Fatty change–focal fatty change in a B6C3F1 male mouse from a chronic study (higher magnification of Figure 1).
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