Figure 1: This figure shows the blood flow recorded for 2 minutes following the release of an arterial occlusion cuff on the brachial artery in young controls (triangle), nondiabetic age-matched controls (squares), and subjects with type 2 diabetes (diamonds). Illustrated here are the average results for 15 subjects in each group ± standard deviation. Blood flows are expressed in cc/100 mL muscle per minute and the time scale on the bottom is in minutes. Blood flows are recorded every 12 seconds starting at 3 seconds after occlusion (from [56]).