alexa Microvascular Perfusion Changes in the Contralateral Gastrocnemius Following Unilateral Eccentric Exercise

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Microvascular Perfusion Changes in the Contralateral Gastrocnemius Following Unilateral Eccentric Exercise

Eccentric exercise increases local blood flow and volume as a result of increased metabolic demand. It is not known how eccentric exercise affects microvascular perfusion in the musculature of the opposite limb over this 48 hour period.To quantify microvascular perfusion immediately after eccentric exercise to the gastrocnemius in the opposite limb and over 48 hours following the exercise. Design: Descriptive laboratory study.

Citation:

Selkow NM, Herman DC, Liu Z, Hertel J, Hart JM, et al. (2013) Microvascular Perfusion Changes in the Contralateral Gastrocnemius Following Unilateral Eccentric Exercise. J Nov Physiother 3:163.

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