Interstitial spaces


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Interstitial spaces

Spaces within body tissues that are outside the blood vessels. Interstitial spaces are also known as interstitial compartments.
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If the discoloration is in multiple places, it is of even more concern as the interstitial spaces could be 100 times greater than what is visibly seen.
Additional analysis is presented to demonstrate the effective UVC penetration of the coil's interstitial spaces and theoretical microbial reduction on coil surfaces.
The air lies in the interstitial spaces and can streak upwards into the neck and the subcutaneous soft tissue of the axilla and chest, inferiorly into the retroperitoneum and beyond the anatomical attachments of the pericardium.
Designed for use in high temperature applications requiring high power density, lamps and lasers, the fused bundling eliminates epoxy, fluorescence and interstitial spaces common in multi-fiber bundles.
I find the third chapter, 'Breaching National Borders: Rail Travel in Europe and Empire', particularly convincing, as it takes the narrative of the exploratory and transgressive woman, conqueror of interstitial spaces and shatterer of paradigms, beyond local and national borders towards the appropriation of cosmopolitanism and of an 'international geographical consciousness' (101).
Weaving loom loops and pushpins, which simulate semi-permeable membranes, make borders among the extracellular space/vascular space, intracellular space, and interstitial spaces.
This prevents dirt, snow, and wastes from entering into the Interstitial spaces of the ballast, thus extending the track bed's maintenance cycle--reducing costs as well as improving safety.
By placing mechanical spaces on the roof, they can later function as interstitial spaces for vertical expansion, which will allow for easy tie-in to critical infrastructure in the future.
17,18In our opinion hyperactivity of fibroblasts induced by 5-FU will lead to accumulation of collagen fibres and extracellular matrix in the interstitial spaces which will be converted into fibrous tissue later on.
Excess sediment has adverse effects on aquatic organisms, by filling interstitial spaces, burying habitats, and fouling fish gills.
Customs Made: Quotidian Practices and Everyday Rituals' seeks to explore the interstitial spaces where past meets present, where the contemporary experience in its ever-expanding human mosaic finds its muse and inspiration, and oscillates between the repetitive structures of ritual and that of self-expression.