Smooth Muscle Cells and Stretch
KeywordsSmooth Muscle Cell Balloon Catheter Balloon Angioplasty Distal Segment Internal Elastic Lamina
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.Bevan RD: An autoradiographic and pathological study of cellular proliferation in rabbit arteries correlated with an increase in arterial pressure. Blood Vessels 1976;13: 100–128.Google Scholar
- 5.Stadius ML, Rowan R, Fleischhauer JF, Kernoff R, Billingham M, Gown AM: Time course and cellular characteristics of the iliac artery response to acute balloon injury. Arterioscler Thromb 1992;12(11):1267–1273.Google Scholar
- 6.Clowes AW, Reidy MA, Clowes MM: Mechanisms of stenosis after arterial injury. Lab Invest 1983;49:208–215.Google Scholar
- 7.Clowes AW, Reidy MA, Clowes MM: Kinetics of cellular proliferation after arterial injury: I. Smooth muscle cell growth in the absence of endothelium. Lab Invest 1983;49:327–333.Google Scholar
- 8.Steele PM, Chesebro JH, Stenson AW, Holmes DR Jr, Dewanjee MK, Badimon L, Fuster V: Balloon angioplasty: Natural history of the pathophysiological response to injury in a pig model. Circ Res 1985;57:105–112.Google Scholar
- 9.Clowes AW, Schwartz SM: Significance of quiescent smooth muscle cell migration in the injured rat carotid artery. Circ Res 1985;56:139–145.Google Scholar
- 11.Thubrikar MJ, Moorthy RR, Deck JD, Nolan SP: Smooth muscle cell proliferation: Is it due to endothelial injury or aortic stretch? Eur J Lab Med 1996;4(1):65–71.Google Scholar
- 12.Thubrikar MJ, Cribbs M: Laboratory report on work done at the Heineman Medical Research Center, Charlotte, NC, 1995–1997, unpublished.Google Scholar
© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2007