The susceptibility of CAPILLARIES, under conditions of increased stress, to leakage.
RED BLOOD CELL sensitivity to change in OSMOTIC PRESSURE. When exposed to a hypotonic concentration of sodium in a solution, red cells take in more water, swell until the capacity of the cell membrane is exceeded, and burst.

A prospective study of cerebrovascular disease in Japanese rural communities, Akabane and Asahi. Part 1: evaluation of risk factors in the occurrence of cerebral hemorrhage and thrombosis. (1/14)

An epidemiological study of cerebrovascular disease in Akabane and Asahi, Japan, was made. (These cities are located near Nagoy, Japan.) The study population included 4,737 men and women aged 40 to 79 at the time of entry into the study. There were 4,186 persons who were examined and, of these, 264 cases of cerebrovascular attacks were observed between 1964 and 1970. The incidence rate of stroke in those persons not responding to the survey was 15.9 times higher than in those persons examined according to person-year observation in Akabane. The risk factors for cerebral hemorrhage and thrombosis were evaluated by age-adjusted and sex-adjusted relative risks. The predisposing factors to cerebral hemorrhage appeared to be high blood pressure, high left R wave, ST depression, T abnormality, capillary fragility counts, previous medical history of stroke and albuminuria. For cerebral thrombosis, the predisposing factors appeared to be high blood pressure, ST depression and funduscopic sclerotic findings, and those factors assumed to be significant were glycosuria and smoking habits. Ocular funduscopic abnormality was the most prominent risk factor for cerebral thrombosis, while high blood pressure and ECG abnormalities were highly related to cerebral hemorrhage. It was suggested that those subjects with a relatively higher blood pressure may have a higher relative risk of cerebral hemorrhage than those with a lower (normal range) blood pressure. A previous or family history of stroke also appeared significantly related to cerebral hemorrhage.  (+info)

Polycystin 1 is required for the structural integrity of blood vessels. (2/14)

Autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease (ADPKD), often caused by mutations in the PKD1 gene, is associated with life-threatening vascular abnormalities that are commonly attributed to the frequent occurrence of hypertension. A previously reported targeted mutation of the mouse homologue of PKD1 was not associated with vascular fragility, leading to the suggestion that the vascular lesion may be of a secondary nature. Here we demonstrate a primary role of PKD1 mutations in vascular fragility. Mouse embryos homozygous for the mutant allele (Pkd1(L)) exhibit s.c. edema, vascular leaks, and rupture of blood vessels, culminating in embryonic lethality at embryonic day 15.5. Kidney and pancreatic ductal cysts are present. The Pkd1-encoded protein, mouse polycystin 1, was detected in normal endothelium and the surrounding vascular smooth muscle cells. These data reveal a requisite role for polycystin 1 in maintaining the structural integrity of the vasculature as well as epithelium and suggest that the nature of the PKD1 mutation contributes to the phenotypic variance in ADPKD.  (+info)

Rapid thawing increases the fragility of the cryopreserved arterial wall. (3/14)

OBJECTIVE: To extend present knowledge of the biomechanical and structural changes which occur in the cryopreserved, rapidly thawed arterial wall. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Minipig iliac arterial segments were cryopreserved at -196 degrees C in either minimum essential medium or Wisconsin solution. Fresh segments served as the control group. After 1 month, the specimens were rapidly thawed (37 degrees C) and processed for biomechanical, ultrastructural, morphological and immunohistochemical (MMP-1, MMP-2, MMP-3 and MMP-9) analysis. Visualisation of apoptotic cells was performed by TUNEL method. For the mechanical distension analysis, an in vitro circuit was designed. RESULTS: The cryopreserved segments showed a 42% incidence of spontaneous fracture and the appearance of microfractures which affected the endoluminal third of the vessel. An accumulation of liquid in the subelastica was observed. An increased expression of wall-degradative enzymes (mainly MMP-2) was also observed following cryopreservation. No significant differences were detected in the proportional elasticity module or tensile strength of the specimen groups. No differences in mechanical distension were observed between groups after the vessel segments were subjected to the pulsatile circuit flow for 72 h. Cell damage was most intense in the specimens cryopreserved in Wisconsin solution. CONCLUSIONS: Cryopreservation in both the solutions employed, followed by rapid thawing, induce changes in the permeability which increase the fragility of the cryopreserved arterial wall. Both increased expression of wall-degradative enzymes and accumulation of liquid may contribute to graft failure after implantation.  (+info)

Abnormalities in the cerebral arterial system in osteogenesis imperfecta. (4/14)

A 9-year-old girl with osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) type 4 was admitted to the hospital because of choreatic movement. Cerebral angiography demonstrated bilateral symmetrical stenosis of the proximal cavernous segment of internal carotid artery, prethrombotic occlusion of the M1 segment of left middle cerebral artery, and moyamoya-like collateral vascular structure arising from the right lenticulostriate arteries. After a literature review, these findings were interpreted as vasculopathic changes secondary to vascular fragility caused by the collagen abnormality in OI.  (+info)

Microvascular and capillary perfusion following glycocalyx degradation. (5/14)

Systemic parameters and microvascular and capillary hemodynamics were studied in the hamster window chamber model before and after hyaluronan degradation by intravenous injection of Streptomyces hyaluronidase (100 units, 40-50 U/ml plasma). Glycocalyx permeation was estimated using fluorescent markers of different molecular size (40, 70, and 2,000 kDa), and electrical charge. Systemic parameters (blood pressure, heart rate, blood gases) and microhemodynamics (vascular tone, velocity, and blood flow) remained statistically unchanged after injection of hyaluronidase, compared with inactivated hyaluronidase. Conversely, capillary hemodynamics were drastically affected. Functional capillary density, the capillaries perfused with red blood cells (RBCs), decreased by 35%, capillary Hct of the remaining functional capillaries increased from 16 to 27%, and penetration of 70-kDa fluorescent marker increased. Furthermore, plasma-only perfused capillaries statistically increased 30 min after hyaluronidase. The decrease in functional capillary density accounted for an increased RBC flux in the remainder of the capillaries, since the same number of RBCs had to traverse a reduced number of capillaries. Flux balances showed a reduction from baseline of 11% for the RBC flux and 20% for the plasma flux after treatment. These discrepancies are within the margin of error of the techniques used and could be explained by accounting for RBC over-velocity compared with plasma. These findings suggest that the decrease in the glycocalyx leads to capillary perfusion impairments.  (+info)

Peritubular capillaritis in renal allografts: prevalence, scoring system, reproducibility and clinicopathological correlates. (6/14)

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Physiological responses of erythrocytes of goats to transportation and the mondulatory role of ascorbic acid. (7/14)

Experiments were performed with the aim of investigating the effect of road transportation for 12 hr on erythrocytes of goats during the hot-dry season and the modulatory role of ascorbic acid. Forty 2.5-3-year-old Red Sokoto goats weighing 23-25 kg and belonging to both sexes served as the subjects of the study. Twenty of the goats served as the experimental group and were administered ascorbic acid (AA) per os at a dosage rate of 100 mg/kg body weight; the other 20 served as controls and were given 10 ml each of sterile water. Forty minutes after the administration and loading, the goats were transported for 12 hr. EDTA blood samples collected before loading, after loading, immediately after transportation and subsequently on the 3rd and 7th days of post-transportation were used to determine the red blood cell (RBC) count, packed cell volume (PCV), hemoglobin (Hb), erythrocyte osmotic fragility (EOF), hematimetric (intrinsic) indices and hemoglobin index levels. The obtained results showed that handling, loading and transportation of the control goats induced significant (P<0.05) increases in RBC, Hb, EOF and hypochromic erythrocytes and a decrease (P<0.05) in the volume and average Hb content in RBCs. AA administration ameliorated all these changes. The present results suggest that road transportation for 12 hr during the hot-dry season could induce serious stress, resulting in hemolysis of erythrocytes, which was ameliorated by AA administration. In addition, the results demonstrated that EOF could be used as a diagnostic tool in road transportation stress.  (+info)

Rupture of the internal elastic lamina and vascular fragility in stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats. (8/14)

We studied a possible relation between stroke and an enhanced susceptibility to rupture of the arterial internal elastic lamina by comparing stroke-prone spontaneously hypertensive rats with spontaneously hypertensive rats, which have a very low incidence of stroke. We quantified interruptions in the internal elastic lamina in certain arteries and studied the effect of beta-aminopropionitrile, an inhibitor of cross-link formation in collagen and elastic fibers, on rupture of the internal elastic lamina and on mortality in these two substrains. To eliminate any influence of higher blood pressure in the stroke-prone rats on the parameters studied, we used antihypertensive treatment to obtain equivalent blood pressures in the two substrains. Results showed that stroke sensitivity was associated with an enhanced early spontaneous rupture of the internal elastic lamina in the caudal artery, an increased susceptibility to beta-aminopropionitrile-induced rupture of the internal elastic lamina, and earlier mortality, mainly from aortic rupture, under beta-aminopropionitrile treatment. These findings suggest that stroke-prone rats have an enhanced minor connective tissue defect that is expressed by rupture of the internal elastic lamina and may be related, at least in part, to their greater vascular fragility and increased susceptibility to stroke.  (+info)

Capillary fragility refers to the susceptibility of the small blood vessels, or capillaries, to damage and rupture. Capillaries are tiny, hair-like vessels that form a network between arteries and veins, allowing oxygenated blood to flow from the heart to the rest of the body, and deoxygenated blood to return to the heart.

Capillary fragility can be caused by various factors, including genetics, aging, certain medical conditions (such as hypertension, diabetes, and vitamin C deficiency), and medications (such as corticosteroids). When capillaries become fragile, they may rupture easily, leading to bleeding under the skin, bruising, or other symptoms.

In clinical settings, capillary fragility is often assessed through a test called the "tourniquet test," which measures the time it takes for bruising to appear after applying pressure to a small area of the skin. A longer-than-normal time may indicate capillary fragility. However, this test has limitations and is not always reliable in diagnosing capillary fragility.

Osmotic fragility is a term used in medicine, specifically in the field of hematology. It refers to the susceptibility or tendency of red blood cells (RBCs) to undergo lysis (rupture or breaking open) when exposed to hypotonic solutions (solutions with lower osmotic pressure than the RBCs). This test is often used to diagnose and monitor hereditary spherocytosis, a genetic disorder that affects the structure and stability of red blood cells.

In this condition, the RBC membrane proteins are defective, leading to abnormally shaped and fragile cells. When these abnormal RBCs come into contact with hypotonic solutions, they rupture more easily than normal RBCs due to their decreased osmotic resistance. The degree of osmotic fragility can be measured through a laboratory test called the "osmotic fragility test," which evaluates the stability and structural integrity of RBCs in response to varying osmotic pressures.

In summary, osmotic fragility is a medical term that describes the increased susceptibility of red blood cells to lysis when exposed to hypotonic solutions, often associated with hereditary spherocytosis or other conditions affecting RBC membrane stability.

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This drug helps reduce capillary fragility and red blood cell leakage. A study published in 2014 on the Journal of the German ... The cause of the leaky capillaries is usually not known. When the red blood cells escape the blood vessels, they end up close ... The condition is caused by inflammation of capillaries near the surface of skin and subsequent leaking of red blood cells into ... The cause of the capillary inflammation is usually unknown. The lesions are most frequent on the lower limbs, but may occur ...
"Capillary Fragility as a Cause of Substantial Hemorrhage in Infants" (PDF). Medical Hypotheses and Research. 1 (2/3): 121-129. ...
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... capillary fragility MeSH G09.330.553.299 - capillary permeability MeSH G09.330.553.349 - cardiovascular deconditioning MeSH ... osmotic fragility MeSH G09.188.250.660 - partial thromboplastin time MeSH G09.188.250.670 - platelet adhesiveness MeSH G09.188. ... capillary resistance MeSH G09.330.553.400.977 - ventricular pressure MeSH G09.330.553.920 - vascular patency MeSH G09.330. ...
... capillary fragility MeSH E01.370.370.380 - heart function tests MeSH E01.370.370.380.050 - angiocardiography MeSH E01.370. ... osmotic fragility MeSH E01.450.375.625 - platelet function tests MeSH E01.450.375.625.100 - bleeding time MeSH E01.450.375.625. ...
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Pressure ulcers are caused by ischemia that occurs when pressure on the tissue is greater than the pressure in capillaries, and ... The genetic skin disorders collectively known as epidermolysis bullosa display skin fragility and a tendency to develop chronic ...
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The effect of Endotelon on the capillary fragility index of a specified controlled group: cirrhosis patients]. Gazette Medicale ... Fromantin M. [OPC in the treatment of capillary weakness and retinopathy in diabetics. A propos of 26 cases]. Med Int 1982;16: ... Lagrue, G., Olivier-Martin, F., and Grillot, A. [A study of the effects of procyanidol oligomers on capillary resistance in ... Dartenuc P, Marache P, and Choussat H. [Capillary resistance in geriatry. Study of a microangioprotector: endotelon.]. Bordeaux ...
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Ginkgoflavone glycosides: reduce capillary fragility, act as antioxidants. Ginkgolides: inhib. platelet activating factor ...
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Rahman M, Shen L, Ewen J, Dini D, Smith Eet al., 2022, The intrinsic fragility of the liquid-vapor interface: a stress network ... The behaviour of the macroscopic contact angle varies linearly over a range of capillary numbers beyond which the liquid bridge ... Results suggest, in agreement with capillary wave theory, clear damping of the density profiles as the temperature is increased ... for the pressure tensor that is not smeared by thermal fluctuations at the molecular scale and corresponding capillary waves [F ...
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This treatment regimen can not only reduce leg volume and capillary fragility but also improve pain intensity and mobility in ... While this fluid would normally be absorbed by adjacent lymph capillaries and returned to the circulating blood, this does not ... Small amounts of fluid leak from the blood capillaries. ...
The number of petechiae that form within a 2.5-cm diameter circle are counted; > 20 petechiae suggests capillary fragility. ...
... may induce red blood cell fragility. [1] ... Capillary fragility with petechiae, ecchymosis, and purpura. * ...
It reflects the fragility of the capillaries.. *Itching: Patients with relatively severe kidney failure complain of dry skin. ...
Capillary fragility. Cardiomyopathy. Carpal tunnel syndrome. Cataracts. Catarrh. Celiac disease. Cellulite. Cervical Cancer. ...
Moisturising cream that alleviates redness and improves capillary fragility in skin that is prone to couperosis. ...
They strengthen its blood vessels and reduce capillary fragility (which happens, for example, with diabetic retinopathy). ...
The result is the degeneration of the capillary vascularization and increased bone fragility 29. ...
Reduces the fragility and capillary permeability with the consequent anti dark circles effect, additive action to Ginkgo ... The lower elasticity and greater fragility of the capillaries in this area leads to an increase of vascular congestion, which ... which help to avoid blood leaks from capillaries, reduce vasodilatation and capillary bursts and therefore,prevents dark ... All of this without counting on the fact that due to the low number of hormone receptors and capillaries present, the synthesis ...
Gothlin found increased capillary fragility in individuals with blood levels of 1 mg. of vitamin C per liter or less. It must ... It has been shown histologically that vitamin C regulates the intercellular substance of the capillary wall. In the human body ... all non-epithelial cement substances including the intercellular substance of the capillary wall. ... the Vitamin C Standard of Requirement of Physically Healthy Individuals by Testing the Strength of Their Capillaries. ...
This results in the various features of scurvy including capillary fragility manifested as hemorrhagic processes, delayed wound ...
... fused alveoli and capillary fragility. Histoarchitectural changes were less severe in soy groups. Hsp27 expression increased in ...
These flavonoids are responsible for thinning the blood and thereby preventing fragility of the capillaries (thereby promoting ...
... u003eVitamin C strengthens connective tissues and can also help reduce capillary fragility, bruising, hemorrhoids, and varicose ... u003eVitamin C strengthens connective tissues and can also help reduce capillary fragility, bruising, hemorrhoids, and varicose ... Bioflavonoids improve the assimilation of vitamin C and help maintain collagen and capillary walls. They also help the bodys ... Bioflavonoids improve the assimilation of vitamin C and help maintain collagen and capillary walls. They also help the bodys ...
... my trade has allowed me to travel the world both Rosemary has been reported to decrease capillary permeability and fragility. ...
Anthocyanosides are useful in the therapy of retinal damage, fragility and capillary permeability of the eye and in improving ... Anthocyanins, powerful antioxidant substances contained in Blueberry juice, strengthen the walls of capillary vessels and ... They strengthen the wall of capillary vessels by promoting the production of collagen, the substance that makes up the tissues ...
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  • Sweet Orange helps prevent capillary fragility, and Carrots are rich in Beta Carotene (part of the Vitamin A family), and are rich antioxidants that protects the skin against free-radicals. (lolassecretbeautyblog.com)
  • Gingko also helps to prevent capillary fragility and helps to boost collagen formation.It has strong anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties which helps to treat acne, eczema, or other types of facial redness and inflammation. (yellowskincare.com)
  • All of this without counting on the fact that due to the low number of hormone receptors and capillaries present, the synthesis of collagen and cutaneous repair processes are performed more slowly and the accumulation of toxins and fats is favoured. (bcnsverige.se)
  • It's not exactly clear how aescin might work, but theories include "sealing" leaking capillaries, improving the elastic strength of veins, preventing the release of enzymes (known as glycosaminoglycan hydrolases) that break down collagen and open holes in capillary walls, decreasing inflammation, and blocking other various physiological events that lead to vein damage. (hemrid.com)
  • Insulin resistance is associated with the capillary permeability of thigh muscles in patients with type 2 diabetes. (medscape.com)
  • They strengthen its blood vessels and reduce capillary fragility (which happens, for example, with diabetic retinopathy). (sviaton.com)
  • Small amounts of fluid leak from the blood capillaries. (lymphapress.com)
  • While this fluid would normally be absorbed by adjacent lymph capillaries and returned to the circulating blood, this does not occur in lipedema. (lymphapress.com)
  • There is no known toxic level of vitamin C.[2] However, limited studies have suggested that levels greater than 3 mg/dL may be associated with uricosuria and, in persons with glucose-6-phosphatase deficiency, may induce red blood cell fragility. (medscape.com)
  • The lower elasticity and greater fragility of the capillaries in this area leads to an increase of vascular congestion, which facilitates the leakage of blood and therefore its main component, hemoglobin. (bcnsverige.se)
  • Dark circles are nothing more than an accumulation of hemoglobin and its degradation products, released from the corpuscles of blood that escape from small capillaries and explode in the skin. (bcnsverige.se)
  • These flavonoids are responsible for thinning the blood and thereby preventing fragility of the capillaries (thereby promoting heart health). (grjbio.com)
  • Moisturising cream that alleviates redness and improves capillary fragility in skin that is prone to couperosis. (mesoestetic.co.uk)
  • As a result of the melanogenesis disorders discolorations ad age-spots appear, and changes in the vascular system of the skin cause high fragility of the capillaries. (pharmann.eu)
  • The susceptibility of CAPILLARIES, under conditions of increased stress, to leakage. (wakehealth.edu)
  • The susceptibility of CAPILLARIES , under conditions of increased stress, to leakage. (bvsalud.org)
  • It helps in reducing capillary fragility and prevents leakage of fluids into surrounding tissue that can lead to cause edema. (plankhomeopathy.com)
  • Gingko increases circulation, prevents capillary fragility, and boosts collagen formation and creates fibroblasts. (naturallycomplete.com)
  • This type of stone therapy is indicated for those who do sports, for those suffering from capillary fragility and to reactivate the micro circulation. (johnholdship.com)
  • Expertly formulated with Arnica (stimulates circulation and acts as a vasoconstrictor), Rusco (counteracts capillary fragility) and Horse Chestnut (reactivates circulation and fights cellulite and swelling). (fioridicipria.com)
  • We have chosen prodigious extracts from fruits, spices and medicinal plants obtained with technologically advanced methods to create a synergy that acts internally and externally on cellulite blemishes, localized fat deposits, heaviness and capillary fragility . (la-saponaria.com)
  • The bone marrow vasculature is derived from bone artery, which branches into a capillary network of thin-walled sinusoids. (basicmedicalkey.com)