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Baroreceptor Regulation of Capacitance Vessels

  • Roger Hainsworth

Abstract

Folkow [21] classified blood vessels according to their main function within the circulation. This functional classification corresponds approximately, but not exactly, to the anatomical divisions. Thus, for example, although resistance vessels largely comprise the small precapillary blood vessels across which most of the drop in blood pressure occurs, all blood vessels offer some degree of resistance to blood flow. Similarly, capacitance vessels are usually held to be synonomous with veins but, since all blood vessels throughout the body contain blood, all make some contribution to vascular capacitance.

Keywords

Carotid Sinus Splanchnic Nerve Capacitance Response Capacitance Vessel Carotid Baroreceptor 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Roger Hainsworth
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Cardiovascular StudiesThe University of LeedsLeedsUK

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