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neurovascular

 [noor″o-vas´ku-ler]
pertaining to both nervous and vascular elements, or to nerves controlling the caliber of blood vessels.

neu·ro·vas·cu·lar

(nū'rō-vas'kyū-lăr),
Relating to both nervous and vascular systems; relating to the vasomotor nerves that supply the walls of the blood vessels, the vasomotor nerves.

neurovascular

/neu·ro·vas·cu·lar/ (-vas´ku-ler) pertaining to both nervous and vascular elements, or to nerves controlling the caliber of blood vessels.

neu·ro·vas·cu·lar

(nūr'ō-vas'kyū-lăr)
Relating to both nervous and vascular systems; relating to the nerves supplying the walls of the blood vessels, the vasomotor nerves.

neurovascular

pertaining to both nervous and vascular elements, or to nerves controlling the caliber of blood vessels.
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