What is chronic micro vascular change?
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What is vascular calcification?
Vascular calcification is highly prevalent and correlated with high rates of cardiovascular mortality in chronic kidney disease patients. Recent evidence suggests that mineral, hormonal, and metabolic imbalances that promote phenotype change in vascular cells as well as deficiencies in specific mineralization inhibitory pathways may be important contributory factors for vascular calcification in these patients. This article reviews current mechanisms proposed for the regulation of vascular calcification and data supporting their potential contribution to this process in chronic kidney disease.
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What roles do capillaries play in the cardiovascular system?
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Does acute Hyperglycemia leads to acute injury to Vascular endothelium?
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Do vascular plants produce antheridia and archegonia on the same gametophyte?
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Is rosacea a vascular disorder?
Rosacea is a chronic skin condition that causes redness and swelling of the face that can also occur on the scalp, neck, ears, chest, and back. It has been argued that facial rosacea is a cutaneous vascular disorder; however, researchers have not found any evidence that a vascular dysfunction causes rosacea.