Figure 6.7. Reactive hyperemia.

Figure 6.7

Reactive hyperemia. Blood flow response in canine circumflex artery upon release of 15 sec (top) and 30 sec (bottom) arterial occlusions before (left) and after (right) giving a non-selective adenosine antagonist (theophylline). Extent of post-occlusion blood flow overshoot increases with occlusion duration and is decreased by adenosine antagonist42. Reproduced with permission from British Journal of Parmacology, Wiley.

From: Chapter 6, Local control of ocular blood flow

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The Ocular Circulation.
Kiel JW.
San Rafael (CA): Morgan & Claypool Life Sciences; 2010.
Copyright © 2010 by Morgan & Claypool Life Sciences.

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