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What does MCR stand for?

Microcirculation


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Samples in periodicals archive:
The microcirculation of the nasal mucosa in reindeer is richly vascularised and 25 percent denser than that in humans," say the authors.
This sophisticated process uses a camera to take a picture of the back of your eye - the only part of the human body where the microcirculation of blood can be observed directly.
By studying adult mouse offspring the researchers set out to investigate the effects of a high fat diet during a woman s pregnancy on the networks of small blood vessels - called the microcirculation and to establish whether these networks are susceptible to damage from a poor maternal diet.
Lead researcher Dr Bamini Gopinath, from the Centre for Vision Research at the University of Sydney, Australia, said: "This suggests that unhealthy lifestyle factors may influence microcirculation early in life, and increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure later in life.
This suggests that unhealthy lifestyle factors may influence microcirculation early in life and increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and hypertension (high blood pressure) later in life.
This suggests unhealthy lifestyle factors may influence microcirculation, added that excessive screen time leads to less physical activity, unhealthy dietary habits and weight gain.
Although confirmation from large clinical trials is still to come, the diabetic disease seems to hit the pulmonary microcirculation as any other organ by increasing vessel wall thickness and impairing gas exchange, which leads to a measurable loss of function and respiratory efficiency.
International work collected here explores the role of cerebral microcirculation in inflammatory processes, and describes the influence of brain microcirculation on the development of pathological changes in Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.

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