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nonvascular

(ˌnɒnˈvæskjʊlə)
adj
1. (Medicine) med not vascular, lacking a blood supply
2. (Botany) botany (of plants or a section thereof) not containing the xylem or phloem
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[3] The deep soft-tissue leiomyomas are further classified into vascular (originating from vessel wall smooth muscle) and nonvascular tumors.
Other dermatoscopic characteristics frequently recognized are vascular and nonvascular structures, including radial capillaries, red dots, and whitish striae; a brownish diffuse pattern is described as hyperpigmented areas.
These complications depend on vascular or nonvascular comorbidities, vascular anatomy, equipment, and experience of the provider (3-6).
Despite previous concerns, we found no adverse effect on cancer or nonvascular mortality in any age group."
On the porch, she told us that mosses are not like other plants; they have no interior plumbing that connects the leaves to the roots, and as nonvascular plants they share (and dominate) a plant niche called the bryophytes.
Posttransplantation complications can be divided into early (up to 28 days after transplantation) and late (after 28 days of transplantation), and to vascular and nonvascular (3,6,27).
Expanding roles of nurse practitioners and physician assistants as providers of nonvascular invasive radiology procedures.
The Pia mater closely invests the spinal cord and brain and is a highly vascular membrane as compared the Arachnoid mater which is a delicate nonvascular membrane usually closely attached to the outer most, thicker and dense layer and the Dura mater.
Ferral and Lorenz present 100 cases, compiled over ten years and documented with numerous radiographs, that simulate the conditions residents will encounter on their rounds, rotations, and in exams, helping residents identify the correct differential diagnosis for the full range of vascular and nonvascular cases.
Plasma fibrinogen level and the risk of major cardiovascular diseases and nonvascular mortality: an individual participant meta-analysis.
CT may also demonstrate nonvascular causes of abdominal pain, such as inflammatory disease or neoplasm.