Lactoferrin Release in Experimental Venous Hypertension
The white cell trapping hypothesis suggests that raised venous pressure causes white cell margination and activation, with the release of proteolytic enzymes and Superoxide radicals, believed responsible for the tissue destruction seen in chronic venous insufficiency .
KeywordsWhite Cell Neutrophil Activation Venous Hypertension Chronic Venous Insufficiency Total White Cell Count
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