capillary circulation

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cap·il·lar·y cir·cu·la·tion

the course of the blood through the capillaries.
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This is because in partial thickness burn wounds, there is sufficient capillary circulation in the remaining dermis and the wound should only be covered to reduce loss of fluids and ensure recovery of the skin.
Microcirculation is turning out to be radically "different." Microcirculation is also referred to in scientific medical literature as the capillary circulation, terminal circulation, or end-circulation.
They often occur in people who complain of persistently cold hands and feet who may have an insufficiency of capillary circulation in the extremities.
Pressures exceeding 30 mm Hg can significantly reduce mucosal capillary circulation and result in tracheal necrosis.
The supply of oxygen to the tissues and the regulation of the capillary circulation. J Physiol.