Heterometric autoregulation

heterometric autoregulation het·er·o·met·ric autoregulation (hět’ə-rō-mět’rĭk)
Autoregulation of the strength of ventricular contraction that occurs in direct relation to the end diastolic fiber length, as in law of the heart.


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