Capillary Response to Stretching Skin in Venous Disease and Normal Subjects
Skin capillary blood flow measured with laser Doppler in the legs of subjects with chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) is known to be different from normal subjects . Many factors affect skin capillary blood flow including temperature, exercise, recent food or drug ingestion, as well as postural changes.
KeywordsVenous Disease Post Extension Uniaxial Extension Chronic Venous Insufficiency Chronic Venous Insufficiency
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