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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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5 cm, had a peculiar increased vascularity in the central part of the specimen relative to the rest of the tumour.
4) Due to the abundance of mitochondria and its high vascularity, brown fat is hypothesized as contributing to the non-shivering thermoregulation of hibernating animals and newborn humans.
Finally, multiple logistic regression with postoperative neurologic deterioration as the dependent variable and as potential prognostic factors all variables, such as size, intraoperative technical difficulties (tumor vascularity or invasiveness), and S-100B values, that were significantly associated with postoperative deterioration in the univariate analysis (Table 3), showed that increased [AUC.
From these reports it is now known that radiation affects the vascularity
99-106) reported on the finding that a seven-week-old aborted embryo presented infoldings of the hemispheric neuroepithelium, cranioschisis, exencephaly and excessive vascularity with endothelial proliferation --in short, severe malformation of the brain.
MultiHance is indicated for intravenous use in CNS MRI in adults and children over two years of age, to visualize lesions with abnormal blood brain barrier or abnormal vascularity of the brain, spine and associated tissues.
Being stimulant free and GMP certified, it safely elevates testosterone to new levels, whilst increasing lean muscularity, vascularity and libido.
Foot problems occur primarily when the vascularity and the nerve supply are compromised due to diabetes.
In previous biocompatibility studies, we conducted limited assessments of vascularity in the fibrous tissue surrounding TCP, hydroxyapatite, and aluminum calcium phosphate implants [6, 9-11].
3 cm mass extending from the right bladder wall with vascularity on colour Doppler and possible extension through the bladder wall (Fig.
Cardiomediastinal silhouette and pulmonary vascularity are normal.