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  1. incisorgirl

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    in salivary glands
    lining of intercalated duct--simple cuboidal or simple columnar
    and of excretory duct is-stratified columnar or stratified squamous

    apical cytoplasm of secretory end piece(in sal. glands) has abundant
    -mitochondria
    -RER
    -GOLGI

    -sympathetic innervation to the structures of head and neck is distributed via the
    1.blood vessels
    2lymph
    3 cranial nerves 3,7,9,10
     
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    [apical cytoplasm of secretory end piece(in sal. glands) has abundant
    -mitochondria
    -RER
    -GOLGI

    -sympathetic innervation to the structures of head and neck is distributed via the
    1.blood vessels
    2lymph
    3 cranial nerves 3,7,9,10[/QUOTE]
     
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    apical cytoplasm of secretory end piece(in sal. glands) has abundant
    -mitochondria

    -sympathetic innervation to the structures of head and neck is distributed via the
    1.blood vessels
     
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    which of the following decreases likelyhood of edema formation
    1 inflammation
    2 standing
    3 venous constriction
    4 arteriolar constriction
     
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    which of the following decreases likelyhood of edema formation
    1 inflammation
    2 standing
    3 venous constriction
    4 arteriolar constriction



    arteriolar constriction
     
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    hey saburi
    could you please explain why arteriolar constriction is the correct answer ?
     
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    Decreased flow to capllaries by arterial constriction may lead to decreased amount of capillary permeability so decreased edema but it occured to me what is actual explanation
     

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