Do Now. What happens when you work out within your muscles? (Think back to Bio and the topic of cellular respiration!). Muscular responses. objectives. To explain what happens during muscular fatigue To identify different muscular responsesBy zavad
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Cellular hypertrophy. Control of protein synthesis Endogenous Nutrient status Functional adequacy History Exogenous Nutrient availability Growth factors Space General phenomenon, muscle context. Immediate controls on protein synthesis. Substrate availability m-/t-RNA Amino acids
Left Ventricular Hypertrophy. Detection, significance and treatment. Pathophysiology of LVH. High BP LV wall stress Wall stress 1/ wall thickness LV wall thickening wall stress Myocyte hypertrophy and collagen matrix Mediators: Mechanical: preload & afterload
2008. Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy. Causes of symptoms. Hyperplasia of epithelial and stromal components of prostate Progressive obstruction of urinary outflow Increased activity of detrusor muscle Causes Frequency, nocturia Poor flow , intermittent stream Hesitation, terminal dribbling.
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Bibliography of hypertrophy - Scalrovsky. 1. Fijensen en la izquierda muestra las presiones desarrolladas en ela ratas con hipertrofia, la hipertrofia disminuye la tension intramural ,mientras Que no dessarrollan hipertension hay una alta tension intramural. Ley de Laplace.
Atrial and Ventricular Hypertrophy. ECG Features and Common Causes. Aims and Objectives. Understand pathophysiology of types of hypertrophy. Common patient presentation and symptoms. ECG appearances associated with different types of hypertrophy. Pitfalls in diagnosis from ECG.
Muscles. Prime Mover = responsible for movement i.e. Biceps brachii = forearm flexion Antagonists = resists movement of prime mover i.e. Triceps brachii = forearm extension Synergists = Aid prime movers i.e. Brachioradialis for forearm flexion. Muscles. Of the head and face
Muscles . what they’re made of and how they work. Muscle types. There are over 350 muscles in out bodies. There are 3 main types: -Voluntary – attached to bones by tendons and need thought and will to move. They are quick and powerful but tire easily. Muscle types continued.