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vascularity

 [vas″ku-lar´ĭ-te]
the condition of being vascular.

vas·cu·lar·i·ty

(vas'kyū-lar'i-tē),
The condition of being vascular.

vascularity

 A tissue blood supply

vas·cu·lar·i·ty

(vas'kyū-lar'i-tē)
The condition of being vascular.
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We have demonstrated a lower score on all MVSS parameters (height, pigmentation, vascularity, pliability, and total MVSS) at the 6th month evaluation in both groups, with no significant differences between the groups.
In the present study only one patient was misdiagnosed as pleomorphic adenoma, because of small size (2-3 cm), well-defined hypoechoic border with low vascularity, but it turned out to be mucoepidermoid carcinoma on histopathological examination.
The aims of the study were (1) to investigate the efficacy, safety and effective duration of three weekly intra-articular injections of HA in patients with hemophilic arthropathy of knee (2) to evaluate changes in synovial thickness and vascularity by USG after intra-articular HA injection.
The increased vascularity and angiogenic activity observed in the coronal pulp compared with the radicular pulp for both tooth types may in part explain the favourable healing that frequently follows stepwise caries excavation and direct pulp capping (23,27).
Prognostic role of MRI enhancement features in patients with breast cancer: Value of adjacent vessel sign and increased ipsilateral whole-breast vascularity. AJR Am J Roentgenol 2012;199:921-8.
Histological analysis has revealed that the peak expression of bone inducing growth factors such as VEGF, IL-6, and Col-1 as well as peak vascularity of the induced membrane are present at 1 month postoperatively.
The presence of vascularity within the testicular parenchyma is indicative of its salvageability.
In the left flank there was a large heterogeneous mass-like echogenic area without internal vascularity, measuring 14 x 10 cm, concerning an intra-abdominal hematoma.
Considering American [1], European [2], and Korean management guidelines for patients with thyroid nodules [8], we made the FNA criteria for LNs as follows: (1) a LN ([greater than or equal to] 5-7mm in a short axis) having one of the findings for malignancy on US, such as cystic change, calcification, hyperechogenicity, or abnormal vascularity, and (2) a LN ([greater than or equal to] 8-10 mm in a short diameter) having indeterminate findings on US, such as loss of central hilar echo and absence of central hilar vascularity.
Among the proposed indicators were both clinical parameters and tumor characteristics, such as age, sex, Breslow index, ulceration, anatomic site, Clark level, mitotic rate, histological regression, and vascularity [6,7].
Parameters that were improved by treatment included skin hardness, organization, vascularity, and discoloration.