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Maximum Blood Flow And Microvascular Regulatory Responses In Systemic Sclerosis


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Posted 11 July 2007 - 05:41 PM

Maximum blood flow and microvascular regulatory responses in systemic sclerosis. SSc patients have abnormal microvascular regulatory responses compared with PRP and controls. This study also suggests that the degree of endothelial dysfunction may be related to the degree of peripheral vascular involvement. Rheumatology 2007 46(7):1079-1082. (Also see: What is Raynaud's?)

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