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Nitric oxide functions in the heart

Published On: September 15, 2017 | Pages: 020 - 026

Author(s): Tarik Kivrak*, Kenan Erdem and Ilgin Karaca
Nitric oxide (NO) is an important organizer of the cardiovascular function and is an important mechanism in hampering the pathogenesis of the diseased heart. The scenario of bioavailable NO in the myocardium is complicated: 1) NO obtain from both endogenous and exogenous NO synthases (NOSs) and the number of NO from exogenous sources varies considerably ...
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Double outlet right ventricle, total anomalous venous return, total anomalous hepatic venous drainage and supra mitral ring in a child with Ivemark`s syndrome

Published On: July 20, 2017 | Pages: 018 - 019

Author(s): Girish Gowda SL*, Seetharama Bhat PS, Jayaranganath Mahimarangaiah and Cholenahally NM
Double outlet right ventricle, total anomalous venous return, total anomalous hepatic venous drainage and supra mitral ring with Ivemark syndrome is an unusual combination of cardiac malformations. These complexities of congenital anomalies can pose problem in preoperative diagnosis and surgical management. ...
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Postnatal Changes in the Morphology of the Myocardium in Rat Ventricles

Published On: March 10, 2017 | Pages: 011 - 017

Author(s): Georgi Kotov, Alexandar Iliev*, Boycho Landzhov, Lazar Jelev1, Iva N. Dimitrova, Dimka Hinova-Palova
Background: Aging of the myocardium is a dynamic process which involves progressive loss of cardiomyocytes due to necrosis and apoptosis, interstitial fi brosis and reactive hypertrophy of the remaining vital cardiomyocytes. In our study, we investigated the postnatal changes in the myocardium of 15 adult male Wistar rats, distributed in the following age groups: 2 ...
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Circadian Variations of Serum Mitochondrial Uncoupling Protein 1 (UCP1) Levels and Rectal Temperature in Capra Hircus

Published On: February 07, 2017 | Pages: 007 - 010

Author(s): Francesca Arfuso, Claudia Giannetto, Francesco Fazio, Maria Rizzo, Concetta Saoca and Giuseppe Piccione*
The daily rhythm of body temperature is an important process to be studied not only to advance knowledge on the temporal variability of thermal homeostasis but also has a means to facilitate the study of biological rhythmicity in general. The aim of the present study was to study the daily rhythm of rectal temperature and the changes in the serum levels of mitochon ...
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Ischemical Problems after Filler Injections: Anatomical Details and Practical Guide Lines to Avoid Disasters

Published On: February 07, 2017 | Pages: 001 - 006

Author(s): Redaelli Alessio*, Battistella Melania and Aleksey A Ivanov
Introduction: Soft-tissue fi ller injection is a very common procedure all around the world. Although the safety profi le for these products is favorable, adverse events can occur, ranging from mild to severe in intensity. ...
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