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vascularity

 [vas″ku-lar´ĭ-te]
the condition of being vascular.

vas·cu·lar·i·ty

(vas'kyū-lar'i-tē),
The condition of being vascular.

vascularity

[vas′kyəler′itē]
Etymology: L, vasculum, little vessel
the state of blood vessel development and functioning in an organ or tissue.

vascularity

 A tissue blood supply

vas·cu·lar·i·ty

(vas'kyū-lar'i-tē)
The condition of being vascular.

vascularity

the condition of being vascular.
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On ultrasound, AWE demonstrates heterogeneous reduced echogenicity with internal vascularity on colour duplex and power Doppler imaging.
16,17) This type of vascularity is not seen in well-differentiated liposarcomas, and this is an important feature for differentiation.
Other factors, such as vascularity and invasiveness (disappearance of arachnoid layer), size, and location of the meningioma, might induce further vasogenic edema and contribute to further intraoperative technical difficulties (4).
Radiation affects the vascularity of the bone by eliminating or restricting the blood flow.
ProHance is indicated for use in MRI in adults and children over two years of age, to visualize lesions with abnormal vascularity in the brain (intracranial lesions), spine and associated tissues.
Upon extraction of the implants from the peritoneal cavity, it was noted all were surrounded by a thin translucent layer of fibrous tissue with some vascularity notable grossly.
Ultrasound demonstrated multifocal echogenic lesions with intrinsic vascularity confined to the tunica vaginalis.
Hartman said in an interview: "In common practice, polyps found in a postmenopausal woman that cause bleeding and polyps with increased vascularity should be treated.
Pheochromocytomas typically display intermediate signal intensity on T1-weighted images and high signal intensity on T2-weighted images, likely because of the high intracellular water content and rich vascularity.
Incidence of tumor vascularity demonstrated didactically by coronary arteriography is rare for cardiac myxomas since myxomas are composed of bradytrophic tissue so onlyfew well illustrated cases have been reported so far (5).
The vascularity of joints allows septic arthritis to develop at any age.
Among the histologic data acquired and analyzed were the thickness of the cell linings and basement membranes; the number ofintraepithelial eosinophils and polymorphic neutrophils (PMNs); the number of subepithelial eosinophils, PMNs, plasma cells, and mononuclear cells; the number of glandular eosinophils and PMNs, as well as the percentage of glands; and the degree of stromal edema, fibrosis, vascularity, and myxoid change.