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vascularization

[‚vas·kyə·lə·rə′zā·shən]
(medicine)
Abnormal or excessive formation of blood vessels.
(physiology)
The formation of new blood vessels within tissue.
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By contrast, false negatives seldom appeared; as a proof of concept, 98% of cytologically malignant LNs (n=61) showed at least one morphological alteration (shape, margins, echogenicity, vascularization, L >19 mm, short axis >11 mm).
In combination of contrast-specific ultrasound modalities, intra-articular vascularization and parenchymal perfusion can be demonstrated by separating contrast agent signals from tissue-derived signals.
Thus, the aim of our study was to evaluate the influence of individual short-term exposure to urban air pollution on placental volume and vascularization during the first trimester of pregnancy in low-risk patients to investigate one of the potential pathways by which maternal air pollution exposure may cause adverse pregnancy outcomes.
Caption: Figure 4: Color Doppler shows no signs of vascularization centrally, with only slight signs of vascularization around periphery.
Three-dimensional ultrasonographic histogram analysis of the mass was performed with 4D View software (GE Healthcare, Zipf, Austria), and the mean gray index, vascularization index, flow index, and vascularization flow index were calculated as 28.
There are few studies about arterial vascularization of the ganglion and regulation of the blood flow on the ganglion in humans (Tubbs et al.
Vascularization of 5% sildenafil group was superior (16/1HPF) to the other groups; and 1% sildenafil group (14/1HPF) was superior to the pure carbopol (11/1HPF) and control groups (8/1HPF) (p=0.
Another problem encountered during graft is vascularization.
Researchers working in genetics, oncology, biology, biochemistry, pediatrics, neuroscience, and other sciences in North America, Europe, and Australia address vascularization, ARD hydroxylation, hypoxia-inducible factor transcription factors, iron and oxygen homeostasis, mechanisms that lead to cell injury and morbidity or adaption and survival, mitochondria, molecular imaging, AMP-activated protein kinase, oxygen sensing in the carotid body, DNA modifications, and other topics.
The early vascularization of tumors and post-procedural results can be clearly demonstrated.
If the entire limbus is affected, alterations such as migration of the conjunctival epithelium to the corneal surface (conjunctivalization), chronic inflammation, vascularization, calcification and ulceration, and corneal melting and perforation tend to occur (DUA & AZUARA-BLANCO, 2000).
All the results herein obtained using CAM assays in vascular net (percentage of vascularization, digital images, and histological analysis) allow to infer that S.