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Vascular responses in the skin: an accessible model of inflammation

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  • Rl Dermatology
  • Qp Physiology


The skin is the most accessible organ of the human body in which to study the inflammatory process. Until recently, changes in vascular perfusion and permeability could only be superficially visualized. A novel combination of techniques has now provided the appropriate tools with which to study this more extensively in humans.

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