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Heart Vasodilation of Coronary Vessels!

Which of the following has the most vasodilatory effect on coronary vessels?
a) Adenosine
b) Histamine
c) Carbon IV Oxide
d) Lactic acid
e) Oxygen
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ADENOSINE Is the answer
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ADENOSINE Is the answer
yup...adenosine
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the ans is a)Adenosine
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A, i guess this is a physiology question
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Correct Answer A is the answer

Adenosine is the answer
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Adenosin is the most powerful coronary vasodilator
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A-adenosine
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The complete part of the question is that, coronary circulation is self regulatory, it has an intrinsic regulation: adenosine being the major metabolite that controls coronary circulation, as lactic acid in the exercise muscle.
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please,everyone apart from answering the question refer the topic to some text or right it in a line or 2 abt that so that it can open a window for the discussion and may be you will know some facts as well...cheers
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The complete part of the question is that, coronary circulation is self regulatory, it has an intrinsic regulation: adenosine being the major metabolite that controls coronary circulation, as lactic acid in the exercise muscle.
@latingeorge ya thats what i think,its adenosine and thanks for the explanation pal
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