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    index 1
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    What are some of the specific needs of the tissues for blood flow?
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    Variations in Blood Flow in Different Tissues and Organs
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    Question
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    Mechanisms of Blood Flow Control
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    Effect of Tissue Metabolism / Oxygen Availability on Local Blood Flow
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    Basic theories for the regulation of local blood flow
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    Slide 9
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    Slide 10
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    acute local feedback control of blood flow
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    Acute Control of Local Blood Flow
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    Special Examples of Acute “Metabolic” Control of Local Blood Flow
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    Slide 14
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    “Autoregulation” of Blood Flow When the Arterial Pressure Changes from Normal—“Metabolic” and “Myogenic” Mechanisms
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    “Autoregulation” of Blood Flow When the Arterial Pressure Changes from Normal—“Metabolic” and “Myogenic” Mechanisms
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    Slide 17
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    “Autoregulation” of Blood Flow When the Arterial Pressure Changes from Normal—“Metabolic” Mechanism
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    “Autoregulation” of Blood Flow When the Arterial Pressure Changes from Normal— “Myogenic” Mechanism
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    “Autoregulation” of Blood Flow When the Arterial Pressure Changes from Normal—“Metabolic” Mechanism
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    “Autoregulation” of Blood Flow When the Arterial Pressure Changes from Normal— “Myogenic” Mechanism
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    Special Mechanisms for Acute Blood Flow Control in Specific Tissues
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    index 2
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    Slide 21
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    Basic tubular segments of the nephron
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    Special Mechanisms for Acute Blood Flow Control in Specific Tissues
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    Special Mechanisms for Acute Blood Flow Control in Specific Tissues
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    Control of Tissue Blood Flow by Endothelial-Derived Relaxing Factors--NO
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    Control of Tissue Blood Flow by Endothelial-Derived Constricting Factors- Endothelin
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    Mechanism of Long-Term Regulation—Change in “Tissue Vascularity”--Angiogenesis
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    Role of Oxygen in Long-Term Regulation
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    Importance of Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor in Formation of New Blood Vessels
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    Inhibitor of angiogenesis (anti-angiogenic substances)
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    Humoral Control of the Circulation- Vasoconstrictor Agents
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    Regulation of Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH) Secretion
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    Humoral Control of the Circulation- Vasodilator Agents
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    Vascular Control by Ions and Other Chemical Factors
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    Integrative Cardiovascular Function: Regulation of Systemic Arterial Pressure
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    Overview of neural reflex control of the circulation
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    Distribution of cardiopulmonary afferent ending
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    Response of baroreceptor reflex to increased arterial pressure
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    Distribution of cardiopulmonary afferent ending
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    Response of baroreceptor reflex to increased arterial pressure
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    Autonomic nervous system
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    ANS vs SNS
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    Innervation of the Heart
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    Role of the Nervous System in Rapid Control of Arterial Pressure
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    Reflex Mechanisms for Maintaining Normal Arterial Pressure
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    Baroreceptor Reflexes
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    Baroreceptors
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    Baroreceptor Reflexes
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    Baroreceptors
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    Arterial Baroreceptors
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    Slide 47
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    Baroreceptor areas in the carotid sinus and aortic arch
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    Response of the Baroreceptors to Arterial Pressure
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    Baroreceptor areas in the carotid sinus and aortic arch
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    Slide 47
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    Arterial Baroreceptors
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    Baroreceptors
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    Baroreceptor Reflexes
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    Baroreceptors
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    Arterial Baroreceptors
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    Slide 47
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    Baroreceptor areas in the carotid sinus and aortic arch
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    Response of the Baroreceptors to Arterial Pressure
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    Baroreceptor areas in the carotid sinus and aortic arch
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    Response of the Baroreceptors to Arterial Pressure
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    Baroreceptor areas in the carotid sinus and aortic arch
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    Response of the Baroreceptors to Arterial Pressure
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    Slide 50
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    Slide 51
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    Slide 52
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    Slide 51
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    Slide 50
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    Slide 51
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    ** after The circulation -II- N70 PH37, P103-20180413.ppt
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    index 3
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    Slide 52
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    Slide 51
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    Slide 52
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    The Medullary Cardiovascular Center
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    Circulatory Reflex Initiated by the Baroreceptors
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    Slide 55
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    Operation of the Arterial Baroreceptor Reflex
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    Slide 55
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    Operation of the Arterial Baroreceptor Reflex
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    Control of Arterial Pressure by the Carotid and Aortic Chemoreceptors—Effect of Oxygen Lack on Arterial Pressure
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    Control of Arterial Pressure by the Carotid and Aortic Chemoreceptors—Effect of Oxygen Lack on Arterial Pressure
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    Slide 59
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    Chemoreceptor reflex
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    Chemoreceptor reflex
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    Atria and Pulmonary Artery Reflexes Regulate Arterial Pressure
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    Chemoreceptor reflex
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    Atria and Pulmonary Artery Reflexes Regulate Arterial Pressure
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    Atrial and Pulmonary Artery Reflexes Regulate Arterial Pressure
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    Atrial Reflexes That Activate the Kidneys—The “Volume Reflex”
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    Atrial Reflex Control of Heart Rate (the Bainbridge Reflex)
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    Summary--Cardiopulmonary (low-pressure) baroreceptor
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    Bainbridge reflex vs Baroreceptor reflex
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    Blood Volume and Long-Term Regulation of Arterial Pressure
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    Quantitation of Pressure Diuresis as a Basis for Arterial Pressure Control
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    Near Infinite Feedback Gain
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    Two Determinants of the Long-Term Arterial Pressure Level
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    Slide 72
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    Two Determinants of the Long-Term Arterial Pressure Level
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    Slide 72
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    The Renin-Angiotensin System
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    The Renin-Angiotensin System
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    Rapidity and Intensity of the Vasoconstrictor Pressure Response to the Renin-Angiotensin System
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    Effect of Angiotensin II in the Kidneys —An Important Means for Long-Term Control of Arterial Pressure
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    Slide 77
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    Slide 78
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    Slide 79
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    Slide 78
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    Slide 77
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    Effect of Angiotensin II in the Kidneys —An Important Means for Long-Term Control of Arterial Pressure
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    Slide 77
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    Slide 78
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    Slide 79
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    Slide 80
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    Slide 81
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    Slide 82
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    Slide 81
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    ** after The circulation -II- N70 PH37, P103-20180413.ppt
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