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*  Fractional flow reserve
This is done during maximal blood flow (hyperemia), which can be induced by injecting products such as adenosine or papaverine ...
*  Hyperaemia
Functional hyperaemia, metabolic hyperemia, arterial hyperemia or active hyperaemia, is the increased blood flow that occurs ... Hyperaemia, hyperæmia, or hyperemia (Greek ὑπέρ (hupér, "over") + αἷμα (haîma, "blood")) is the increase of blood flow to ... Hyperaemia can also occur due to a fall in atmospheric pressure outside the body. Functional hyperaemia is an increase in blood ... Reactive hyperaemia or venous hyperemia is the transient increase in organ blood flow that occurs following a brief period of ...
*  Terbium(III) chloride
... causes hyperemia of the iris. Conditions/substances to avoid are: heat, acids and acid fumes. Wells A.F ...
*  Toxic and nutritional optic neuropathy
With hyperemia, disc hemorrhages may also be present. Continued damage to the optic nerve results in the development of optic ...
*  Neonatal conjunctivitis
Conjunctiva shows hyperaemia and chemosis. Eyelids are usually swollen. Corneal involvement (rare) may occur in herpes simplex ...
*  Hydralazine
US2484029; see Example 1 Reubi, FC (January 1950). "Renal hyperemia induced in man by a new phthalazine derivative". ...
*  Skeletal-muscle pump
Vasodilation is obligatory for contraction-induced hyperemia in canine skeletal muscle. Journal of Physiology (London). 557: ... it would seem impossible for a muscle contraction and skeletal muscle hyperemia to be uncoupled. Another experiment recently ...
*  Thermal burn
Zone of hyperemia is the area surrounding the zone of stasis. Perfusion is adequate due to patent blood vessels, and erythema ...
*  Fowl cholera
Necrotic foci on liver are usually found and general hyperemia is common. Due to the speed of infection and mortality, birds ...
*  Perfusion
Hyperperfusion can be caused by inflammation, producing hyperemia of a body part. Malperfusion, also called poor perfusion, is ...
*  Gustavus M. Blech
He translated the book Hyperemia as a Therapeutic Agent by August Bier. He was a life member of the Association of Military ...
*  Pseudoephedrine
It reduces tissue hyperemia, edema, and nasal congestion commonly associated with colds or allergies. Other beneficial effects ...
*  Endothelial dysfunction
Another non-invasive method to measure nitric oxide levels is known as reactive hyperemia-peripheral arterial tonometry (RH-PAT ... A non-invasive, FDA-approved device for measuring endothelial function that works by measuring Reactive Hyperemia Index (RHI) ... This technique measures endothelial function by inducing reactive hyperemia via temporary arterial occlusion and measuring the ... "Noninvasive identification of patients with early coronary atherosclerosis by assessment of digital reactive hyperemia". J Am ...
*  Emmonsia parva
Within the sclera, white, opaque nodules develop in conjunction with local edema or hyperemia. This opacification may extend to ...
*  Bimatoprost
The most common one is conjunctival hyperemia, which occurs in more than 10% of patients. Other effects include blurred vision ...
*  Corneal dystrophy
Patient remains asymptomatic until epithelial erosions precipitate acute episodes of ocular hyperemia, pain, and photophobia. ...
*  Human eye
The other measures are break up time, tear flow, hyperemia (redness, swelling), tear fluid cytology, and epithelial damage ( ... Other evaluating methods, such as hyperemia, cytology etc. have increasingly been used to assess eye irritation. There are ...
*  Variola caprina
The papules become depressed, gray and necrotic, and may be surrounded by an area of hyperemia. Rarely, papules may transform ...
*  Sarcocystis
Occasionally mononuclear infiltration or hyperemia has been observed in the lamina propria of the small intestine. After the ...
*  Phenylephrine
Prostatic hyperplasia can also be worsened by use, and chronic use can lead to rebound hyperemia. People with a history of ...
*  Tafluprost
The most common side effect is conjunctival hyperemia, which occurs in 4 to 20% of patients. Less common side effects include ...
*  Ripasudil
The most common adverse event reported in phase III trials for ripasudil was mild conjunctival hyperemia. Additionally, up to ...
*  Aerospace physiology
The effects for negative g-force can be more dangerous producing hyperemia and also psychotic episodes. In space, G forces are ...
*  Eye injuries during general anaesthesia
... as preservative can cause corneal epithelial sloughing and conjunctival hyperemia. They have been implicated in blurred vision ...
*  Artificial tears
Side effects of hydroxypropyl cellulose include hyperaemia, photophobia, stickiness of eyelashes, discomfort, and irritation. ...