1975
DOI: 10.1055/s-0028-1096924 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Isolated rat hearts according to Langendorff and rabbit hearts after orthostatic collapse were studied under the light and electron microscope. The light-micrographs were also quantitatively analysed. Changes in the vessels are noticeable, especially those in the sinusoid's. Vessel ruptures occur, also isolated endothelial ruptures with intact basement membranes and perfusion fluid enters the extracellular space. Numerous 0.06-01 mu large vesicles appear in the cytoplasma of the endothelial cells. A large nu… Show more

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“…This mechanism has been reported in terminal situations, when hypovolemia had erroneously been treated with pharmacological sympathoadrenergic stimulation. In this setting, extensive subendocardial and intramural haemorrhages have been described at autopsy [40]. In those who survive such an emergency, arrhythmias may develop, caused by the persisting damage to the subendocardial tissues.…”
Section: The Dualistic Structure and Function Of The Ventricular Wallmentioning
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“…This mechanism has been reported in terminal situations, when hypovolemia had erroneously been treated with pharmacological sympathoadrenergic stimulation. In this setting, extensive subendocardial and intramural haemorrhages have been described at autopsy [40]. In those who survive such an emergency, arrhythmias may develop, caused by the persisting damage to the subendocardial tissues.…”
Section: The Dualistic Structure and Function Of The Ventricular Wallmentioning