What Is The Mechanism Behind Myogenic Autoregulation In Vascular Smooth Muscle?

Myogenic mechanisms are intrinsic to the smooth muscle blood vessels, particularly in small arteries and arterioles. If the pressure within a vessel is suddenly increased, the vessel responds by constricting. … The myogenic mechanism may play a role in autoregulation of blood flow and in reactive hyperemia

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