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*  Reflex
Baroreflex Cough reflex Cremasteric reflex (L1-L2) Diving reflex Muscular defense Photic sneeze reflex Scratch reflex Sneeze ...
*  Baroreceptor
... s act immediately as part of a negative feedback system called the baroreflex, as soon as there is a change from ...
*  Carotid sinus
Carotid body Baroreflex S., Pellerito, John; F., Polak, Joseph (2012). Introduction to vascular ultrasonography. Saunders/ ...
*  Baroreflex
The baroreflex can begin to act in less than the duration of a cardiac cycle (fractions of a second) and thus baroreflex ... The baroreflex may be responsible for a part of the low-frequency component of heart rate variability, the so-called Mayer ... Baroreflex activation therapy devices have received CE Mark for European sale, but have not received FDA approval for sale in ... The baroreflex provides a rapid negative feedback loop in which an elevated blood pressure reflexively causes the heart rate to ...
*  Heart rate turbulence
HRT is widely considered[by whom?] to be a baroreflex phenomenon. That is, a PVC interrupts the normal cardiac cycle, so the ... and activate the baroreflex in reverse. This time, the brain reinstates parasympathetic nerve signals and decreases sympathetic ...
*  Rostral ventrolateral medulla
The RVLM is notably involved in the baroreflex. It receives inhibitory GABAergic input from the caudal ventrolateral medulla ( ...
*  Calponin 1
Masuki S, Takeoka M, Taniguchi S, Nose H (March 2003). "Enhanced baroreflex sensitivity in free-moving calponin knockout mice ...
*  Cushing reflex
It is widely accepted that the Cushing reflex acts as a baroreflex, or homeostatic mechanism for the maintenance of blood ... Schmidt EA, Czosnyka Z, Momjian S, Czosnyka M, Bech RA, Pickard JD (2005). "Intracranial baroreflex yielding an early cushing ...
*  Inappropriate sinus tachycardia
"Impaired Baroreflex Gain in Patients with Inappropriate Sinus Tachycardia". Journal of Cardiovascular Electrophysiology. 16 (1 ...
*  Pathophysiology of hypertension
This baroreflex resetting seems to be mediated, at least partly, by a central action of angiotensin II. Additional small- ... Guo GB, Abboud FM (May 1984). "Impaired central mediation of the arterial baroreflex in chronic renal hypertension". The ... Guo GB, Thames MD, Abboud FM (August 1983). "Arterial baroreflexes in renal hypertensive rabbits. Selectivity and redundancy of ... Furthermore, there is central resetting of the aortic baroreflex in hypertensive patients, resulting in suppression of ...
*  Neurocardiology
The body continually attempts to maintain homeostasis through the baroreflex. This balance in the autonomic neural input to the ...
*  Julia Newton
"Reduced heart rate variability and baroreflex sensitivity in primary biliary cirrhosis. Hollingsworth, K.G.; Newton, J.L.; ...
*  Richard Peto
Gribbin, B; Pickering, TG; Sleight, P; Peto, R (Oct 1971). "Effect of age and high blood pressure on baroreflex sensitivity in ...
*  Effects of alcohol on memory
Sun MK, Reis DJ (1992). Effects of systemic ethanol on medullary vasomotor neurons and baroreflexes. Neuroscience Letters, 137( ...
*  KCNMB1
"The BK channel beta1 subunit gene is associated with human baroreflex and blood pressure regulation". Journal of Hypertension. ...
*  Central venous pressure
The cardiopulmonary baroreflex responds to an increase in CVP by decreasing systemic vascular resistance while increasing heart ... "Stimulation of the Cardiopulmonary Baroreflex Enhances Ventricular Contractility in Awake Dogs: A Mathematical Analysis Study ...
*  Nicoladoni sign
June 2004). "Acute arterio-venous fistula occlusion decreases sympathetic activity and improves baroreflex control in kidney ...
*  Endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy
The baroreflex response for maintaining cardiovascular stability is suppressed in the patients who received the ETS. Exertional ... Kawamata YT, Homma E, Kawamata T, Omote K, Namiki A (2001). "Influence of Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy on Baroreflex ... baroreflex,lung volume, pupil dilation, skin temperature and other aspects of the autonomic nervous system, like the essential ... veins Sympathetic denervation is one of the causes of Mönckeberg's sclerosis T2-3 sympathectomy suppressed baroreflex control ...
*  Negative feedback
Some biological systems exhibit negative feedback such as the baroreflex in blood pressure regulation and erythropoiesis. Many ...
*  Orthostatic hypertension
Baroreflex and autonomic pathways normally ensure that blood pressure is maintained despite various stimuli including postural ... largely may be due to an activation of the renin system caused by nephroptosis and partly due to a reduced baroreflex ...
*  Zusanli
2006). "Short-term electroacupuncture at Zusanli resets the arterial baroreflex neural arc toward lower sympathetic nerve ...
*  Hookah
It also impairs baroreflex control (which helps to control blood pressure) and cardiac autonomic functioning (which has many ... Al-Kubati, M; Al-Kubati, AS; al'Absi, M; Fiser, B. (2006). "The short-term effect of water-pipe smoking on the baroreflex ...
*  Heart rate variability
Factors that affect the input are the baroreflex, thermoregulation, hormones, sleep-wake cycle, meals, physical activity, and ...
*  Microneurography
The findings support earlier observations that weightlessness results in a decrease of MSNA activity through a baroreflex ... Instantaneous sympathetic activity in muscle nerves (MSA / MSNA) is heavily controlled by baroreflex mechanisms, resulting in a ...
*  Choke-out
Due to the baroreflex, this causes vasodilation, or widening of the brain's blood vessels intended to relieve high pressure. ... baroreflex causing vasodilation). Since blood pressure has not actually increased as the brain thinks it has, the dilation ...