Gordon wrote:Cheeer and other heroes
Just ignore this Malden guy. He joined just a couple of weeks ago. My father told me some time ago,
Wrestling with pigsjust gets you covered in Shit. Might even be that Rose character.
Thanks for your incredible help.
eric593 wrote:Very interesting. So does the big question continue to be whether the blockages cause problems then? Or does the repetition in the venous system compensate.
I wonder if it's only the people with cold feet to begin with that experience this surge of warmth or if it's everyone (which would lend credence to Malden's suggestion that it's from the dye and not an alleviation of the blockage).
Malden wrote:cheerleader wrote:...Blocked veins can create slowed perfusion, and slowed mean transit time. The longer it takes deoxygenated blood to get out, the longer it takes oxygen to get in....
Blocked veins can't create slower perfusion.
Perfusion is the process of nutritive delivery of arterial blood to a capillary bed in the biological tissue. No veines involved.
Only hart-arteria-arteriola-capillary and then delivery.
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