chronic adaptation

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chronic adaptation

Energetic Adaptation to Chronic Disease in the Elderly

Chronic adaptation of atrial structure and function in elite male athletes

Model of chronic adaptation: right ventricular function in Eisenmenger syndrome

Anaemia: cardiovascular adaptations and maladaptive responses in chronic kidney disease


Time course of differential mitochondrial energy metabolism adaptation to chronic hypoxia in right and left ventricles

Acute response and chronic stimulus for cardiac structural and functional adaptation in a professional boxer

Molecular and cellular adaptations to chronic myotendinous strain injury in mdx mice expressing a truncated dystrophin

Adaptation to Chronic Illness and Disability and Its Relationship to Perceptions of Independence and Dependence

The Importance of Friendship and Family Support in Adaptation to Chronic Vision Impairment

FGF23 antagonism: the thin line between adaptation and maladaptation in chronic kidney disease

442 Adherence, adaptation and acceptance of elderly chronic heart failure patients to receiving healthcare via telemonitoring

Adherence, adaptation and acceptance of elderly chronic heart failure patients to receiving healthcare via telephone-monitoring

Differential adaptation of microbial pathogens to airways of patients with cystic fibrosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

Stage-Specific Adaptation of Hypermutable Pseudomonas aeruginosa Isolates during Chronic Pulmonary Infection in Patients with Cystic Fibrosis

Type 2 diabetes severely impairs structural and functional adaptation of rat resistance arteries to chronic changes in blood flow

Chronic AMPK activation evokes the slow, oxidative myogenic program and triggers beneficial adaptations in mdx mouse skeletal muscle

Utrophin A is essential in mediating the functional adaptations of mdx mouse muscle following chronic AMPK activation


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A physiological adaptation to repeated bouts of exercise; for example, enlargement of the muscles lining the heart. Compare acute response.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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