Estrogen is a hormone responsible for several functions in your body the development of sexual organs maintenance of pregnancy and growth and development of the female body although commonly associated as a female hormone men also produce a limited amount of estrogen. Estrogen and the vessel wall marks the start of a new era in understanding the cardiovascular actions of estrogen it examines the hypothesis derived from a growing body of epidemiological data that estrogen acts directly upon the vessel wall to produce beneficial effects in the cardiovascular system. Estrogen and the vessel wall endothelial cell research series by gabor m rubanyi crc used very good former library book great condition for a used book minimal wear. Figure 2 beneficial effects of estrogen in vessels with no or early signs of atherosclerosis estrogen appears to exert antiatherogenic effects in relatively healthy vessels with no atherosclerosis or with endothelial dysfunction estrogen inhibits ec apoptosis and protects endothelial integrity and function. Estrogen and the vascular system effects of estrogen on the vascular system ated by a direct effect on the vessel wall estrogen is active both on actions of estrogen on endothelial cells the endothelium plays a major role in
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