capillary vessel

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Noun1.capillary vessel - any of the minute blood vessels connecting arterioles with venulescapillary vessel - any of the minute blood vessels connecting arterioles with venules
glomerulus - a small intertwined group of capillaries in the malpighian body; it filters the blood during urine formation
tomentum cerebri, tomentum - a network of tiny blood vessels between the cerebral surface of the pia mater and the cerebral cortex
blood vessel - a vessel in which blood circulates
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Statistically significant peripapillary capillary vessel density progression was found in 17% of the study eyes, and half of the progressing cases also showed significant and spatially corresponding RNFL thickness progression.
These findings suggest that talc circulates throughout the body and can be deposited on capillary vessel walls.
In addition, endothelial vasodilation, nitric oxide prodaction, oxidative stress vasculogenesis by EPCs, capillary vessel formation are other effects of exercise in vascular (37).
Never put your hands in icy or hot water Cold water can cause a constriction and then a dilation of capillary vessel leading to redness,Ee hot makes skin dry by taking away sebum as dermatologists explain.
6.: Interstitial Cajal-like cell extension located close to the capillary vessel was observed in the lamina propria (arrow).
in their histopathologic study showed that in type 2 IPT, constriction in the capillary vessels and cellular proliferation of basal membrane may cause increase in the thickness of the retinal capillary vessel walls.
Histopathological examination showed nests of atypical epithelial cells with clear cytoplasm and a distinct cell membrane, separated by many capillary vessels in the renal tumor.
In this study, as the arterioles expanded, blood flow velocity at the same site decreased whereas in the capillary vessels blood flow velocity simultaneously increased (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)).
Dermatoscopy showed a "white track" at the periphery of the lesion, corresponding to the cornoid lamella; the center showed a white homogeneous area, corresponding to the atrophic epithelium and red dots corresponding to enlarged capillary vessels (Figure 3).