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revised How can low cholesterol cause mortality?
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Dec
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asked How can low cholesterol cause mortality?
Dec
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comment How much is local blood non-Newtonian in Pathophysiology?
Yes, exactly. Blood at rest is perfectly Newtonian. But I am not considering cases at rest. Consider etc low BP and low Chol cases. Why CVD?
Dec
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revised How much is local blood non-Newtonian in Pathophysiology?
explaining better
Dec
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revised How much is local blood non-Newtonian in Pathophysiology?
simpler
Dec
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comment How much is local blood non-Newtonian in Pathophysiology?
Thank you for your answer! Your case is general. You cannot assume that all local effects are always washed away after a new heartbeat. Ischemic tissue death happens lastly. I am interested in what happens between the initiator and ischemia i.e. how much local blood is non-Newtonian.
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accepted What is the difference between fibrogenesis and fibrosis?
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Sep
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revised How can hyperplasia occur in non-fetal hypokinesis?
some other thoughts
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asked How can hyperplasia occur in non-fetal hypokinesis?
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accepted Can lymph be in peripheral blood?
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accepted Difference between Fulminant and Acute Meningococcemias
Jun
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comment Can an influenza virus carry other infectors with it?
+1 for picture and new proposal! Is this method of bacteriohpage the one of most likely methods how influenza could act as a carrier? Can you relate it to alec_djinn's answer?
Jun
13
comment Will the heart keep beating if it is separated from the body?
Can you please add text here instead of such a big picture which is difficult to read.