Arthritis pp 75-86 | Cite as

Protracted Shock — A Pathogenetic Factor in Vasculitis and Connective Tissue Proliferation in Animal Models

  • W. Drommer
  • A. Gasquez
  • F. J. Kaup
  • C. Kohl
  • I. Langer
  • A. Nafady
  • G. Queisser
  • M. Rosenbruch
  • P. Fink
Conference paper

Abstract

Past experimentation indicates that in protracted shock lasting from days to weeks, intravascular processes [19] recede and perivascular and interstitial reactions dominate. This was observed in various organs, for example, kidney [3, 11], lung [15, 23], and the central nervous system [7]. The intra- and extravascular processes are referred to as the “vascular syndrome” [22]. In this paper the perivascular reactions in experimental protracted shock are explained in their chronologic sequence.

Keywords

Permeability Arthritis Peri Fibril Vasculitis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • W. Drommer
  • A. Gasquez
  • F. J. Kaup
  • C. Kohl
  • I. Langer
  • A. Nafady
  • G. Queisser
  • M. Rosenbruch
  • P. Fink

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