microvessel


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microvessel

/mi·cro·ves·sel/ (mi´kro-ves″el) any of the finer vessels of the body.
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2+]]i and microvessel permeability in the absence of adhesion: role of reactive oxygen species.
Reversibility of increased microvessel permeability in response to VE-cadherin disassembly.
Increased expression of caveolin-1 and microvessel density correlates with metastasis and poor prognosis in clear cell renal cell carcinoma.
In a study evaluating microvessel density (MVD) on needle biopsy, the authors (209) found that MVD, when combined with Gleason score and preoperative PSA, provided improved ability to predict extraprostatic extension at radical prostatectomy.
Microvessel proliferation by co-expression ofendothelial nestin and Ki-67 is associated with a basal-likephenotype and aggressive features in breast cancer.
The microvessel density was calculated using a serological method.
Valproic acid uptake by bovine brain microvessel endothelial cells: role of active efflux transport.
marked anti-angiogenic effects resulting from ALN-VSP treatment, including reductions in both tumor microvessel density and intratumoral hemorrhage; and
sup][7] Microvessel was defined as well delineated low backscatter structures <200 [micro]m in diameter that showed a trajectory within the vessel [Figure 2]c.
Current pathologic methods for measuring intratumoral microvessel density within breast carcinoma and other solid tumors.
In our patient, an elderly woman with a previous history of diabetes and in whom, in all likelihood, a microvessel disease was present, the infusion of vasoconstrictor drugs to support the patient during shock could have caused the peripheral lesions to worsen.