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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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Nodular hidradenoma, although rare, should be considered in the differential diagnosis of a superficially located, well circumscribed, cystic or solid lesion with vascularity on ultrasound.
1996; 2000) And for PDS, Lymph nodes were considered metastatic if they demonstrated at least one of the following criteria: Presence of peripheral or mixed vascularity RI [greater than or equal to] 0.
Histological proven case of Malignancy reveal Small, Round, Well-Defined Hypoechoic Lymph Node and other adjacent Lymph Node is markedly Hypoechoic with Ill-Defined Borders (Figure A); on Pulse Doppler, which shows Peripheral Vascularity with High Resistance Flow (0.
Topical preparations particularly triple-combination bleaching agents, retinoids, and nonhydroquinone skin lighteners--should be used sparingly and always in combination with treatments targeting skin vascularity.
Endo and perineural flow suggestive of increased neural vascularity by Colour Doppler imaging was observed in 16 and 30 of the 96 examined nerves, respectively.
The vascularity of each nodule on color Doppler US was classified as absent, peripheral, or central vascularity; however, when a nodule showed both peripheral and central vascularity, it was classified as having central vascularity.
Colour Doppler imaging was used in patients, whenever necessary, to evaluate the vascularity of an affected bowel loop.
In our case study, a dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI was used for further treatment planning, as it is believed to be superior to contrast-enhanced MRI in assessing the vascularity of the scaphoid [4].
On Doppler, the lymph nodes showed a predominant hilar pattern of vascularity with decreased intranodal resistance.
Exercise increases both the vascularity of the brain and the growth of the connection between neurons in the brain.
In addition, vascularity of the AVM also significantly decreased as determined by the size and number of flow voids [Figure 4].