drugs that evoke tissue nutrition ?
fergalflann at aol.com
Thu May 27 00:42:08 EST 2004
Ok I have a question I was hoping somone out there might be able to
answer, so here goes ..
Intraligamentous blood vessels are sparse. Therefore, mid-tissue
nutrition relies greatly on diffusion from nearby blood vessels which
lie parallel to the tissue and synovial fluid.
My question is how can you evoke or cause a diffusion of these nearby
blood vessels ?
Is there any form of drug that can do this for example or perhaps
something else ?
Would vasodilators like vinpocetine or maybe even niacin, which
causes surface blood vessel dilation (i.e., flush) in higher doses
(like 500 mg) perhaps be able to do this ?
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