central vein


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central vein

A near-extinct term of uncertain utility that dignfies a vein located at the centre of an organ.
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central vein

The vein that accompanies the central artery inside the optic nerve.
See also: vein
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Season Rain Parameters Luminosity Sun Leaf blade * ([micro]m) 304.78 [+ or -] 61.52 Aa Mesophyll * ([micro]m) 240.60 [+ or -] 45.43 Aa Adaxial cuticle ([micro]m) 21.50 [+ or -] 2.28 Aa Abaxial cuticle * ([micro]m) 11.80 [+ or -] 4.33 Aa Adaxial epidermis * ([micro]m) 41.08 [+ or -] 13.99 Aa Epidermal abaxial * ([micro]m) 22.76 [+ or -] 6.39 Aa Palisade parenchyma * ([micro]m) 54.67 [+ or -] 7.56 Aa Spongy parenchyma ([micro]m) 158.06 [+ or -] 19.39 Aa Length of the central vein ([micro]m) 803.21 [+ or -] 116.08 Aa Width of the central vein ([micro]m) 920.35 [+ or -] 155.97 Aa Area of the central vein vascular 1977.1 [+ or -] 474.1 Aa bundle * ([micro][m.sup.
Evaluation of Grid Pattern Photocoagulation for Macular Edema in Central Vein Occlusion: The Central Vein Occlusion Study Group M Report.
Central vein stenosis: a nephrologist's perspective.
Caption: Figure 7: Hepatic fibrosis around the central vein at days 7 and 15.
Data was recorded and percentages were calculated for qualitative histological variables that include hepatic lobular pattern, central vein congestion, periportal inflammation, vacuolation and basement membrane continuity.
Most of the patients had previous placement of temporary catheter in central vein especially subclavian vein.
Three-dimensional anatomy of the left central veins: Implications for dialysis catheter placement.
Stained cells were counted in 5 microscopic fields (x100) per slide in tumor, peritumoral tissue defined as portal triad, as well as central vein area.
The analysis of a simple, vascularised graft using porous hydroxyapatite with a central vein or artery exemplified an application of our method.
When stratifying the Budd-Chiari patients into 2 groups (acute disease versus subacute or chronic disease), the former group had a lower rate of fibrosis around the central vein (1 of 5 [20%] versus 13 of 17 [76%], P = .04).

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