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va·sal

(vā'săl),
Relating to a vas or to vasa.
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vasal

(vā′səl, -zəl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or connected with a vessel or duct of the body.
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vasal

An obsolete adjective referring to a vas or vasa; ductular, vascular.
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va·sal

(vā'săl)
Relating to a vas or to vasa.
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Harrison, "The distribution of the vasal and cremasteric arteries to the testis," Journal of Anatomy, vol.
In the Indian context too, some of the large sized public sector companies (such as Oil India) had taken initiatives to publicly report on their corporate social performance on a regular basis (Vasal 2006), particularly since the last quarter of the previous Century.
Geoffrey had been diagnosed with Vasal Vagal Syncope, a condition which causes people to faint as, in his case, the heart rate slows down and the blood pressure drops.
"Intravasal 'toothpaste' in men with obstructive azoospermia is derived from vasal epithelium, not sperm," Journal of Urology 172(2): 634-636.
Chauhan S, Agarwal S, Mathur R (1990) Vasal assault due to Terminalia arjuna, W., A.
Mexican biochemist Evangelina Villegas and her research partner Surindar Vasal, a plant breeder from India, were awarded the Millennium World Food Prize for developing a variety of corn that contains 50% more usable protein than normal corn.
Vasectomy is a common procedure in the United States with an estimated 500,000 performed annually for elective sterilization.[1,2] Major reported complications are unusual (virtually no mortality is reported),[3] but may include large hematomas, serious infections, primary surgical failure to close the vas, and late failure presumably due to vasal recanalization.
In the study, the decision to perform vasovasostomy or epididymal bypass was determined by the presence of sperm in the vasal fluid.
or vasal, which was only another name for the tenant or holder of the lands." (Blackstone 2.
The vasal of a foreign power, or the victim of her own imbecile princes.