angiolysis

angiolysis

 [an″je-ol´ĭ-sis]
retrogression or obliteration of blood vessels, as in embryologic development.
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an·gi·ol·y·sis

(an-jē-ol'i-sis),
Obliteration of a blood vessel, such as occurs in the newborn infant after tying of the umbilical cord.
[angio- + G. lysis, destruction]
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an·gi·ol·y·sis

(an'jē-ol'i-sis)
Obliteration of a blood vessel, such as occurs in the newborn infant after tying of the umbilical cord.
[angio- + G. lysis, destruction]
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