microvascular


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microvascular

[-vas′kyələr]
pertaining to the portion of the circulatory system that is composed of the capillary network.

microvasculature

(mī″krō-văs′kū-lă-chur)
The smallest arterioles and venules, and the capillary networks of the body.
microvascular (mī″krō-văs′kū-lăr), adjective
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