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vascular

Biology anatomy of, relating to, or having vessels that conduct and circulate liquids

vascular

[′vas·kyə·lər]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to blood vessels or other channels for the conveyance of a body fluid.
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Results: There were seven patients in whom hard signs and eleven patients with soft signs were missed, five patients were diagnosed to have a major arterial injury but because of non availability of surgeons with experience in vascular trauma had adverse outcome.
Mulliken and Glowacki (1982) suggested a dualistic classification for vascular anomalies based on pathological features.
The Neovasc biologic vascular strip is derived from bovine pericardial tissue, a biocompatible and versatile material that has been shown to have exceptional strength and handling characteristics, allowing surgeons the flexibility to implant with ease.
One possibility is that arsenic may alter the normal vasomotor tone of blood vessels, which rises from contractility of vascular smooth muscle cells.
Microscopic examination of the specimen identified it as a vascular lesion that was made up of endothelium-lined, blood-filled, thin-walled vascular spaces and mixed with thicker vessels with smooth muscle in their walls (figure 2).
It is estimated that 500,000 patients are treated annually for peripheral vascular disease, representing an annual market of approximately $500 million.
Polyurethanes have been recognized for some time as an attractive and readily available range of materials for the fabrication of vascular prostheses.
Formerly known as RMS Lifeline[R], Lifeline Vascular Access works with premier physician practices to develop and manage physician-owned outpatient vascular access centers.
Through its interaction with VEGFR-2 in the endothelial cells, VEGF also enhances the production of nitric oxide and prostacyclin and increases vascular permeability (Murohara et al.
She had also been diagnosed with a vascular tumor in the maxillary sinus 1 year earlier, and this had been treated by selective embolization (figure 1).
NVC is an organization dedicated to improving the delivery system for patients' outpatient vascular care in the U.
In addition to this so-called "pure" vascular dementia, there are also cases of "mixed" dementia in which cerebrovascular and Alzheimer's pathologies coexist.