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interstitial

[¦in·tər¦stish·əl]
(crystallography)
A crystal defect in which an atom occupies a position between the regular lattice positions of a crystal.
(science and technology)
Of, pertaining to, or situated in a space between two things.

Interstitial

Forming a narrow or small space between parts of other elements, or between floors in a structure.

interstitial

(World-Wide Web)
A World-Wide Web page that appears before the expected content page. Interstitials can be used for advertising (intermercial, transition ad) or to confirm that the user is old enough to view the requested page, etc..

interstitial

In a separate window. See interstitial ad.
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Starling's forces The hydrostatic pressures that determine whether fluid moves out of the blood into the interstitium or the opposite direction: capillary pressure, interstitial fluid pressure, plasma colloid osmotic pressure and interstitial colloid osmotic pressure.
The studies, conducted in mouse tumor models that produce hyaluronan (HA), demonstrated that PEGPH20 removed HA from the tumor microenvironment and reduced tumor interstitial fluid pressure in a dose dependent fashion, with resultant tumor growth inhibition and prolonged time to progression compared to controls.
Physiologically, since socket donning increases interstitial fluid pressure, we would suspect that much of this exited fluid was blood driven out through the venous vasculature.
Adding socks may increase interstitial fluid pressure, decreasing the person's limb volume even further.
Previous studies in mouse tumor models that produce hyaluronan have demonstrated that PEGPH20 removed HA from the tumor microenvironment and reduced tumor interstitial fluid pressure resulting in tumor growth inhibition and prolonged time to progression.

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