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This study tests whether women with Vasospastic Syndrome (VS) react more intensive than controls with distal vasomotions and choroidal blood flow changes to internal cooling/warming and external cooling/warming.
Condition or disease
Distal vasomotions and choroidal blood flow changes to internal cooling/warming and external cooling/warming was studied in VS and controls.Core cooling was induced by drinking of 250g ice/water mixture (4°C). Core warming was induced by drinking of 250g warm water (55°C). The study was controlled with respect to posture and room temperature.
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