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To support these results, there is a need for more comprehensive studies with the aim of assessing long term effects on patients, and understanding the relationships between viral load with intestinal permeability and systemic circulation disorders in chronic viral hepatitis patients.
* Inflammatory mediators are present in higher concentrations in the systemic circulation of patients with
By contrast, perfusion is much slower in the conducting airways, which have a smaller surface area available for absorption and are supplied by the systemic circulation instead of the pulmonary circulation [72, 73].
The composition of the microbiota largely determines the levels of tryptophan in the systemic circulation and, indirectly, the levels of serotonin in the brain.
They may then remain in the spleen, muscles, and central nervous system or be carried in tissues via the systemic circulation (4,7).
Our experiments simulate a scenario of complete myocardial necrosis, with subsequent rapid reperfusion and distribution of the coronary effluent into the systemic circulation. We have also ignored the circulating species of cTnl, cTnT, and cMyC.
Children with HLHS have a functioning right ventricle, but have a small left ventricle that can't support the systemic circulation.
Bevacizumab may have been transported through the systemic circulation into the fellow eye.
IVDU can further increase the risk of IE since repetitive IVDU can lead to subclinical valvular damage, bacteria and fungi found on skin or in the drug can be introduced to systemic circulation through intravenous injection, and the use of cocaine is associated with increased risk of IE, likely due to vasospasm leading to skin and tissue damage [4].
Considering that lung cancer is the most frequent malignancy associated with acrometastasis, systemic arterial spread of tumor microemboli may reach the acral skeleton directly if a tumor thrombus accesses the systemic circulation through the left atrium or ventricle [1,8].
As a consequence of increased vascular pressure, blood can be rerouted in the systemic circulation by collateral vessels which surround the portal vein, forming a "portal vein cavernoma" or by portosystemic shunts.
Moreover, the kidney tissues of the mice from CME groups were harvested for HE staining to understand the distribution of the microspheres in the systemic circulation.

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