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Mikagami Views Read Edit View history. Get free access to newly published articles Create a personal account or sign in to: French cardiologists Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. It is described as the dissociation between the noisy and phenomeonn components of the systolic murmur heard in aortic stenosis. Gallavardin phenomenon in aortic stenosis. A possible mechanism. The Gallavardin phenomenon is a clinical sign found in patients with aortic stenosis.

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Jump to navigation Jump to search The Bezold—Jarisch reflex also called the Bezold reflex, the Jarisch-Bezold reflex or Von Bezold—Jarisch reflex [1] involves a variety of cardiovascular and neurological processes which cause hypopnea excessively shallow breathing or an abnormally low respiratory rate , hypotension abnormally low blood pressure and bradycardia abnormally low resting heart rate in response to noxious stimuli detected in the cardiac ventricles.

They manifest two types of nerve endings in the heart: complex unencapsulated endings located in the atrial and ventricular endocardium and an endocardial nerve network throughout the surface of the endocardium.

The axons include myelinated fibers A-fiber and unmyelinated fibers C-fibers which travel with the vagus and sympathetic nerves. The myelinated afferents originating in the atria are attached to discrete receptor endings, whereas most of the unmyelinated fibers are located in the ventricles and the walls of the coronary vessels.

This appears to be a cardioprotective reflex, as coronary vasodilation occurs. The pathway for this cardioprotective reflex begins with receptors in the ventricles of the heart, which detect mechanical and chemical stimuli. Afferent unmyelinated C-fibers travel through the vagus to enhance the baroreceptor reflex mechanisms, inhibit sympathetic output, and inhibit vasomotor tone, leading to peripheral vasodilation.

Upright posture results in pooling of blood in the lower extremities that diminishes venous return and results in a reduced cardiac output. The resultant lowering of blood pressure is sensed by carotid sinus baroreceptors , and stimulates the baroreflex to inhibit vagal activity and stimulate the sympathetic nervous system — this increases heart rate and contractility , induces vasoconstriction , and tends to restore blood pressure.

However, if the Bezold—Jarisch reflex is activated due to the reduced ventricular volume this may trigger paradoxical bradycardia and arterial hypotension resulting in syncope. The importance of this mechanism is unclear since vaso-vagal syncope can be observed in cardiac transplant patients who are presumed to lack cardiac innervation.

It has also been proposed that this mechanism accounts for the increased susceptibility to orthostatic syncope of astronauts after space flights.

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