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All subjects were experienced with resistance training and followed muscular hypertrophy training practices in accordance with the ACSM position statement (Ratamess et al.
The most common location of muscular hypertrophy of the gastrointestinal tract in adults is in a short segment of the oesophagus; usually occurring in elderly white men(1).
Intestinal pseudoobstruction in a neonate caused by idiopathic muscular hypertrophy of the entire small intestine.
In order to estimate the association between haplotype and degree of muscular hypertrophy, we established a general linear model to analyze fixed effects of breed, family within breed, haplotypes within family within breed, birth weight, sex and age on ADG (from birth to six month).
Later arteriography showed patency of the artery and slowing of the flow of contrast material when the calf muscle was contracted, which indicated that the occlusion was caused by muscular hypertrophy.
On the other hand, we have demonstrated that low-intensity (30% 1-RM) bench press training combined with BFR resulted in muscular hypertrophy of the chest muscles (Yasuda et al.
However, none of the studies demonstrated significant muscular hypertrophy, which suggests that the increased strength was due mainly to neural adaptations.
The activation of Akt/mTOR/p70S6K signal transduction pathway is partly induced by the autocrine/ paracrine response mediated by IGF-1, thereby, leads to muscular hypertrophy (Bodine et al.