intervascular


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intervascular

 [in″ter-vas´ku-lar]
between blood vessels.

in·ter·vas·cu·lar

(in'tĕr-vas'kyū-lăr),
Between blood or lymph vessels.

intervascular

(ĭn″tĕr-văs′kū-lăr) [″ + vasculum, a vessel]
Between blood vessels.

intervascular

between blood vessels.
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Entre los taxa existen diferencias estadisticamente significativas con relacion al diametro de la punteadura intervascular y del lumen de la punteadura, siendo M.
No se observan diferencias significativas en cuanto al diametro de la punteadura intervascular y al diametro del lumen de la punteadura (Tabla 4).
US-based quality management software provider Pilgrim Quality Solutions has inked a deal with Sweden-based Getinge Group's InterVascular SAS medical technology subsidiary to implement SmartSolve applications to support its worldwide quality and regulatory operations, the company said on Friday.
Intervascular pit membranes in Ulmus and Celtis native to the United States.
In the setting of better stents and intervascular support technology, the need for the availability of openheart surgical programs may no longer be relevant.
decorticans no se altero en el caso del material estudiado, no obstante la carbonizacion actuo como factor de retraccion sobre otras celulas (particularmente fibras) y, al contraerse el tejido intervascular, la variable alterada resulto ser el numero de vasos por unidad de superficie (Fig.
More recently, using experimental mice, we have shown that maternal vascular growth is diminished, but total and specific conductances of the intervascular barrier increase, in placentas from pregnant mice exposed to particulate matter in urban air pollution (Veras et al.
Although the vast majority of NLC cases are idiopathic, the cramps can be associated with several disorders, including type 2 diabetes (as in our case study), peripheral vascular or arterial disease, arthritis, thyroid hormone imbalance, chronic diarrhea (as in irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's disease), autosomal-dominant cramping disease, liver disease, and end-stage renal disease (especially in patients on dialysis, related to decreased intervascular volume).
The company's Essential Pocketbook series includes volumes on such topics as HIV, antibiotics, pneumonia, hypertension and stroke while its Manual series includes coverage of interventional cardiology, intervascular ultrasound and "The Device Guide.
Topics on triggers for plaque rupture include physical and mechanical stress, inflammation and matrix metalloproteinases and apoptosis, and those on diagnosis and management include emerging biomarkers of instability, ultrasonic and magnetic resonance imaging, near-infrared spectroscopy, radionuclide imaging, intervascular thermography, optical coherence tomography, intravascular palpography, new developments such as photodynamic therapy, thermal stabilization and genetic modulation.
Intervascular ultrasound in the diagnosis and treatment of iliac vein compression (May-Thurner) syndrome.
A Prolonged constriction results in an increase in the intervascular blood pressure forcing an efflux of small molecules and fluid from the capillaries into the tissue.