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These BP readings are commonly measured in units of millimeters of mercury, abbreviated as mmHg
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Normal versus abnormal blood pressure
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Thinking in terms of homeostasis and the normal range (as we did for both oral body temperature and HR), we get various kinds of tension (vessel stretching action resulting from BP) Speci cally, we get the three terms normotension, hypertension, and hypotension [Learning activity: Dissect the preceding three terms by inserting slash marks Label the resulting word parts as pre x, root, and suf x What do you get for the literal translation of each term Check your translations with the homeostasis versus disruption-of-homeostasis pictures shown in Figure 810] As you probably suspect, normotension and its associated normal range of blood pressure (100/60 mmHg up to 140/90 mmHg) are generally associated with clinical health Conversely, hypotension involving a BP signi cantly below 100/60 mmHg may be associated with hypoperfusion of body tissues The reason is that the BP is the force pushing the blood through the organs and their tissues Hence, with insuf cient BP, there isn t enough blood owing through the organs In particular, the brain and kidneys may fail, and coma and death may follow! Not any better, certainly, is hypertension (BP signi cantly beyond 140/90 mmHg) This excessive BP can overstretch the walls of arteries Over time, this overstretching may cause the springy elastic bers in the arterial wall
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Fig 810 The three possible states of blood pressure (A) Normotension: BP stays in its
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normal range; (B) Hypotension: BP falls below its normal range; (C) Hypertension: BP rises above its normal range, often in association with arteriosclerosis
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Hypertension: Chronically
Fig 811 Hypertension and arteriosclerosis
to be damaged and broken Such a condition may be associated with the disease called arteriosclerosis (ar-TEER-e-oh-sklair-OH-sis) This is literally an abnormal condition of (-osis) weakening, stiffening, and hardening (scler) of the arteries (arteri) This progressive hardening and stiffening of the wall occurs along with the depositing of calcium (Ca++) ions [Visualization exercise: Imagine a steel pipe whose inner lumen is heavily limed up with calcium deposits from chronic exposure to hard water!] The arterial wall can get rock hard and brittle via a progressive positive-feedback effect or vicious cycle! (Study Figure 811) Closely associated with hypertension and arteriosclerosis is the occurrence of vessel aneurysms (AN-you-rizms) An aneurysm (AN-you-rizm) is a highly abnormal widening or ballooning out of the walls of an artery (Figure 812) If the aneurysm suddenly ruptures, then severe internal bleeding may occur This situation is especially dire in cases involving a ruptured cerebral (seh-REEbral) aneurysm The cerebrum (seh-REE-brum) is, after all, the main mass of the brain ! The patient suffers (in layman s lingo) a so-called stroke A stroke is a sudden strike of some kind In this case, it involves a sudden cerebrovascular (suh-REE-broh-VAS-kyoo-lar) accident, abbreviated as CVA An artery within
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Cerebral aneurysm (abnormal arterial "widening")
Middle cerebral artery (under chronic hypertension)
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Fig 812 Hypertension and a stroke or cerebrovascular accident (CVA)
the cerebrum has an aneurysm that suddenly breaks open, spilling blood over part or all of the brain! The consequences are usually loss of consciousness followed by paralysis (inability to move) of some part of the body
The Coronary Arteries and Heart Attacks
Along with strokes (cerebrovascular accidents), many people suddenly suffer death or disability from what is crudely called a heart attack To understand this major clinical disorder, we must rst gain a basic familiarity with the coronary (KOR-uh-nair-ee) circulation Figure 813 does this job nicely for us Here we see that the name coronary literally refers to (-ary) a crown (coron) In reality, what we mean is that there is a right coronary artery and a left coronary artery, both of which encircle the top of the heart like a crown (coron) The coronary circulation is a so-called special circulation that serves the metabolic needs of the myocardium (my-oh-KAR-dee-um) The myocardium is the muscular (my) pumping tissue that is present (-um) within the heart (cardi) wall A section of the myocardium is featured in Figure 814 It is the cardiac muscle bers of the myocardium that contract (shorten) and pump the
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