hemocatheretic

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he·mo·cath·e·re·tic

(hē'mō-kath'ĕ-ret'ik),
Pertaining to or characterized by hemocatheresis.

he·mo·ca·the·re·tic

(hē'mō-kath-ĕ-ret'ik)
Pertaining to or characterized by hemocatheresis.
Synonym(s): haemocatheretic.
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The spleen is an important organ centrally interposed in the systemic circulation related with the immune, haemocatheretic, flow regulation and myeloid functions.
In the beginning, the spleen was a myeloid organ with some immune functions, but at the same time as the different groups appeared and radiated, the microanatomy was remodelled and the immune, myeloid, haemocatheretic and flow regulation functions take different relative importance (Galindez & Aggio, 1997).