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'''Vasodilation''' was the widening of [[blood vessel]]s, resulting from relaxation of smooth [[muscle]] [[Cell (biology)|cells]] within the vessel walls.
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'''Vasodilation''' was the widening of [[blood vessel]]s, resulting from relaxation of smooth [[muscle]] {{dis|cell|biology}}s within the vessel walls.
   
In [[2153]], [[Phlox]] discovered mild vasodilation in [[Hoshi Sato]]'s [[prefrontal cortex]], which explained [[headache]]s Sato was experiencing. ({{ENT|Exile}})
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In [[2153]], [[Doctor]] [[Phlox]] discovered mild vasodilation in [[Hoshi Sato]]'s [[prefrontal cortex]], which explained [[headache]]s Sato was experiencing. ({{ENT|Exile}})
   
 
In [[2373]], [[Tova Veer]] noticed that there was no sign of vasodilatation in the [[skin]] of [[Tom Paris]] and [[B'Elanna Torres]], while he and [[Professor]] [[Forra Gegen|Gegen]] covertly observed them aboard the {{USS|Voyager}}. ({{VOY|Distant Origin}})
 
In [[2373]], [[Tova Veer]] noticed that there was no sign of vasodilatation in the [[skin]] of [[Tom Paris]] and [[B'Elanna Torres]], while he and [[Professor]] [[Forra Gegen|Gegen]] covertly observed them aboard the {{USS|Voyager}}. ({{VOY|Distant Origin}})

Revision as of 16:14, 6 December 2014

Vasodilation was the widening of blood vessels, resulting from relaxation of smooth muscle cells within the vessel walls.

In 2153, Doctor Phlox discovered mild vasodilation in Hoshi Sato's prefrontal cortex, which explained headaches Sato was experiencing. (ENT: "Exile")

In 2373, Tova Veer noticed that there was no sign of vasodilatation in the skin of Tom Paris and B'Elanna Torres, while he and Professor Gegen covertly observed them aboard the USS Voyager. (VOY: "Distant Origin")


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