intervascular


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intervascular

[¦in·tər′vas·kyə·lər]
(anatomy)
Located between or surrounded by blood vessels.
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MCT data-rich signals are especially beneficial for procedures such as intracardiac echocardiogram, ultrasound endoscopy, and intervascular ultrasound.
(4) Intervascular stroma contains bland intermediate sized polygonal to spindle cells with little atypia and low mitosis, and these cells show strong reactivity for SMA and actin, but negative for endothelial markers.
El grosor de la pared del elemento de vaso se midio en corte transversal; el diametro de la punteadura intervascular y el diametro del lumen de la punteadura fueron medidos en corte tangencial, siguiendo la clasificacion propuesta por Montano-Arias (2010).
Three subtypes have been reported, including a solid type (smooth muscle bundles surround numerous small slit-like vessels), a cavernous type (dilated vessels with a thick muscular wall merging with the intervascular smooth muscle cells), and a venous type (thickwalled vessels easily distinguished from the intervascular smooth muscles) [1].
Classically, this change in injury pattern has been attributed to a changing location of the intervascular boundary zones ("Watershed regions").
Axial parenchyma is scattered among the vessels, a pattern termed intervascular by Carlquist (1988, 2001).
With maturation of the brain, vessels extend into the brain from the lateral ventricles, and the intervascular border zone moves peripherally to subcortical WM and parasagittal cortical regions, [sup][23] which might explain the only cortical infolding delay in full term neonates with HIE.
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Dugan also served as president of InterVascular Inc.
Intervascular pitting across the annual ring boundary in Betula platyphylla var.
Merece comentario, tambem, as ornamentaqoes no pontoado intervascular, carater considerado conservativo para a familia Myrtaceae e ordem Myrtales como um todo (JANSEN et al., 2001, 2008).