venosity


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Related to venosity: phlebosclerosis, venosclerosis

venosity

 [ve-nos´ĭ-te]
1. the condition of being venous.
2. excess of venous blood in a part.
3. a plentiful supply of veins.

ve·nos·i·ty

(vē-nos'i-tē),
1. A venous state; a condition in which the bulk of the blood is in the veins at the expense of the arteries.
2. The unaerated condition of venous blood or of hypoxemic arterial blood.

venosity

/ve·nos·i·ty/ (ve-nos´ĭ-te)
1. the condition of being venous.
2. excess of venous blood in a part.
3. a plentiful supply of veins.

venosity

(vē-nŏs′ĭ-tē)
n.
The quality or condition of being venous.

ve·nos·i·ty

(vē-nos'i-tē)
1. A venous state; a condition in which the bulk of the blood is in the veins at the expense of the arteries.
2. The unaerated condition of venous blood.

venosity

1. excess of venous blood in a part.
2. a plentiful supply of blood vessels or of venous blood.