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saphena

 [sah-fe´nah]
the small saphenous or the great saphenous vein.

vein

(vān), [TA]
A blood vessel carrying blood toward the heart; postnatally, all veins except the pulmonary carry dark unoxygenated blood.
Synonym(s): vena [TA]
[L. vena]

saphena

A Latin adjective referring to three different veins:
(1) Great saphenous vein; vena saphena magna [NA6]; 
(2) Small saphenous vein; vena saphena parva [NA6];
(3) Accessory saphenous vein; vena saphena accessoria [NA6];
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(92) For this reason, "in stopping of Termes or Hemorroids", treatment was given to restart them, whereby "the veine Saphena is to be opened." (93) Gyer undoubtedly viewed bloody fluxes and menstruation as linked, since he saw one way of stopping "weomne in fluxes of Hemorroids" as being by "prouoking Menstrua".
(metacercaria) Bufo boreas Santa Clara Hyla regilla Santa Clara Rana catesbeiana Santa Clara Cestoda Cylindrotaenia americana Jewell, 1916 Bufo canorus Mariposa Distoichometra bufonis Dickey, 1921 Bufo boreas referred by Goldberg Los Angeles et al., 1999 Bufo boreas Los Angeles, San Bernardino Hyla cadaverina Riverside Hyla regilla referred by Goldberg Los Angeles et al., 1999 Hyla regilla Santa Clara Ophiotaenia magna Hannum, 1925 = Ophiotaenia saphena Osler, 1931 = Crepidobothrium olor Ingles, 1936 = Ophiotaenia gracilis Jones, Cheng and Gillespie , 1958 Rana aurora Alameda Rana catesbeiana Santa Clara Unidentified dilepinid Rana boylii Siskiyou Nematoda Aplectana itzocanensis Bravo Hollis, 1943 Bufo boreas Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino Contracaecum sp.
Among those taking part in The Stranger's Case are Saphena Aziz, Esther Dix, Ella Greenhill, Elli Johnson, Mez Ndukwe, Lizzie Nunnery, Lindsay Rodden and Jeff Young.
However, non-thrombosed multiple varicose veins, the greatest of which was measured as 4.5 cm in diameter, were observed joining in the saphena magna parva.
The saphena wound site infection, mediastinitis, reintubation, bleeding or revision due to sternal dehiscence, temporary or permanent neurological deficit, inotrope and intra-aortic balloon pump requirement and mortality rate were investigated in the post-operative period.
They will be appearing in We Are All Immigrants at St George's Hall Concert Room, a show commissioned by the Philharmonic Hall and written by Sense of Sound's Jennifer John, Saphena Aziz and Juliet Russell.
The Bluecoat - January 31, 10am-4pm, PS25/PS20 SENSE of Sound founder members Saphena Aziz and Perri Alleyne-Hughes present an a cappella singing day at the School Lane arts centre tomorrow.
Finally, the atrium of the Empire Theatre was the backdrop for 08 Businessconnect's latest networking event where the topic, Orchestrating Teamwork, was presented by Saphena Aziz, from gospel choir Sense of Sound.
The left vena saphena magna was explored and harvested, the diameter was large enough and no segmental involvement and/or evidence related to vasculitis were observed.
MSI was founded in May, 2012, by four writers - Saphena Aziz, Chris Christou, Chase Johnston-Lynch and John Mc - who decided they wanted to develop a community of industry- standard writers in Merseyside.
Vasculogenic CD34+/CD31- cell populations have been described in the adventitial vasa vasorum of large blood vessels such as the vena saphena [65] and the thoracic aorta [67], but microvascular CD34+ ACs seem to be a specific feature of the adipose and subcutaneous tissue [87].