Advances in Cardiomyopathies: Proceedings of the II Florence by J. F. Goodwin (auth.), Fulvio Camerini, Antonello Gavazzi,
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Increased extravascular resistance). g. endothelin, neuropeptide Y, serotonin). In addition, the small coronary arterioles receive autonomic innervation and their diameter may be altered by stimulation of these nerves . 2- Remodelling of the Vessel Wall The structural remodelling of the coronary microcirculation, as that observed in hypertensive heart disease [17-19] and HeM , includes changes in the arteriolar wall and a relative reduction in the total number of vessels, probably as a consequence of the disproportionate growth of myocytes, without a corresponding increase in the available blood supply.
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