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vas·cu·lar·i·za·tion

 (văs′kyə-lər-ĭ-zā′shən)
n.
1. The process of vascularizing; the formation of vessels, especially blood vessels.
2. Medicine An abnormal or pathological formation of blood vessels.

vascularization

(ˌvæskjʊləraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

vascularisation

n
(Physiology) the development of blood vessels in an organ or part
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Noun1.vascularization - the organic process whereby body tissue becomes vascular and develops capillaries
biological process, organic process - a process occurring in living organisms
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vas·cu·lar·i·za·tion

n. vascularización, formación de vasos sanguíneos nuevos.
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A two-step protocol and facs purification of hvp receptors can generate billions of pure hvps- the current proposal will lead to the identification of defined paracrine pathways to enhance the survival, Grafting/implantation, Expansion, Differentiation, Matrix formation, Vascularization and maturation of the graft in vivo.
According to the company, the PEC-Direct product candidate delivers stem cell-derived PEC-01 pancreatic progenitor cells in a device designed to allow direct vascularization of the cells, which is expected to allow for a robust engraftment and cellular performance similar to the anatomy of a normal islet.
The internal structure is described by echogenicity, whereas vascularization is mostly described as hilar, peripheral, or avascular (6-8).
The PEC-Direct product candidate delivers stem cell-derived pancreatic progenitor cells, called PEC-01 cells, in a device designed to allow direct vascularization of the cells in the device.
The direct vascularization of the implanted cells is expected to allow for robust and consistent engraftment but will necessitate the use of maintenance immune suppression therapy.
sup][9] Additional information about vascularization of focal lesions can be obtained by contrast-enhanced MRI (CE-MRI).
They describe nasal anatomy and physiology, nasal septum and nasal wall vascularization, nasal perforation etiology, systemic diseases associated with septal perforation, preoperative clinical evaluation, conservative treatment, septal prosthesis, free grafts, flaps, and other techniques, with information on anatomy, indications, surgical steps, postoperative care, complications, tips and tricks, and case examples, as well as a chapter on quality of life.
Additionally, if possible, advanced diagnostic techniques such as ultrasonography,13 angiography14 or scintigraphy15 may be used in the determination of the bowel vascularization and viability.
In recent years, a combined method involving three-dimensional (3D) imaging associated with power Doppler ultrasonography was employed to evaluate placental volume and vascularization (Araujo Junior et al.
GORE[R] SYNECOR Biomaterial combines long-term strength with rapid tissue ingrowth and vascularization providing a single-stage durable repair in complex cases.
Doppler imaging in the described area did not show signs of vascularization centrally, with only slight signs of vascularization around periphery (Figures 3 and 4).
Table 4 shows most common signs found were conjunctival congestion (90%), corneal vascularization (70%), conjunctivalisation (70%) and epithelial defects (30%).