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vas·cu·la·ture

 (văs′kyə-lə-cho͝or′, -chər)
n.
Arrangement of blood vessels in the body or in an organ or body part.

vasculature

(ˈvæskjʊlətjə)
n
(Physiology) the arrangement of blood vessels in the body or a part of the body
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vas·cu·la·ture

n. vasculatura, disposición de los vasos sanguíneos en un órgano o parte.
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The vasculature on the right side remained prominent, and the left Reinke's edema was unchanged.
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