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Capillarization in skeletal muscle of rats with cardiac hypertrophy
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise
DEGENS, H., R. K. ANDERSON, and S. E. ALWAY. Capillarization in skeletal muscle of rats with cardiac hypertrophy. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., Vol. 34, No. 2, pp. 258 -266, 2002. Purpose: Exercise intolerance during chronic heart failure (CHF) is localized mainly in skeletal muscle. A decreased capillarization may impair exchange of oxygen between capillaries and muscle tissue and in this way contribute to exercise intolerance. We assessed changes in capillary supply in plantaris and diaphragmdoi:10.1097/00005768-200202000-00013 pmid:11828235 fatcat:5ux65u2czvac5hv36r3ain2y3i