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va·sal

(vā'săl),
Relating to a vas or to vasa.

vasal

(vā′səl, -zəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or connected with a vessel or duct of the body.

vasal

An obsolete adjective referring to a vas or vasa; ductular, vascular.

va·sal

(vā'săl)
Relating to a vas or to vasa.
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As teachers, we also ensured that we keep their morale high, added Abha Vasal, one of the faculty members.
In all patients, subinguinal microscopic varicocelectomy was done by the same surgeon who tried to preserve lymphatic vessels, testicular and vasal arteries in every case.
The patient's past surgical history should reveal any prior prostatic, spinal, inguinal, scrotal, or retroperitoneal surgeries, which may affect ejaculatory function and/or cause vasal obstruction.
The government had its own challenges in terms of inflation, fiscal deficit and rising subsidy," says Vikas Vasal, executive director, KPMG India.
Vikas Vasal, executive director, KPMG, says that as it is an added option to save tax, investing in such bonds makes sense.
Vergara AN, Rodriguez HS, De Leon CH, Malean S, Vasal SK (2001) Aptitud combinatoria de lineas de maiz tropical con diferente tipo de mazorca.
9 iti tvagne vrstihavyasya putra / upastutasa rsayo (a)vocan // tams ca pahi grnatas ca surin / vasad vasal ity urdhvaso anaksan / namo nama ity urdhvaso anaksan "Thus, O Agni, have the sons of Vrstihavya, the Upastuta's, (and) the rishis spoken to thee.
4] Thermal cautery has been shown to provide a better seal of the vasal end.
Vikas Vasal, executive director, KPMG, said that as it is an added option to save tax, investing in such bonds makes sense.