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Measurement of laminar microcirculatory blood flow in cattle by laser Doppler flowmetry

, : Measurement of laminar microcirculatory blood flow in cattle by laser Doppler flowmetry. Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Japan 49(9): 713-717

The laminar microcirculatory blood flow (MBF) to the hind lateral claw was measured in 11 standing non-sedated cows by the laser Doppler flowmetry technique. The MBF was measured continuously in the dorsal hoof wall at 3 cm distal to the coronary band its histogram resembled that of the coronary MBF and the pulse wave. Significant decreases and increases in laminar MBF were observed after digital vessel occlusion and release in the tarsus area, respectively.

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