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hemal

 [he´mal]
1. ventral to the spinal axis, where the heart and great vessels are located, as, e.g., the hemal arches.
3. pertaining to the blood vessels; see vascular.
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he·mal

(hē'măl),
1. Relating to the blood or blood vessels.
2. Referring to the ventral side of the vertebral bodies or their precursors, where the heart and great vessels are located, as opposed to neural (2).
[G. haima, blood]
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hemal

(hē′məl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the blood or blood vessels.
2. Relating to or located on the side of the body that contains the heart and principal blood vessels.
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he·mal

(hē'măl)
1. Relating to the blood or blood vessels.
2. Referring to the ventral side of the vertebral bodies or their precursors, where the heart and great vessels are located, as opposed to neural (2).
Synonym(s): haemal.
[G. haima, blood]
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