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vas·cu·lar·ized

(vas'kyū-lăr-īzd),
Rendered vascular by the formation of new vessels.

vas·cu·lar·ized

(vas'kyū-lăr-īzd)
Rendered vascular by the formation of new vessels.
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However, if it is infected and well cemented distally, it will almost always require a vascularized humeral door.
They are vascularized glands composed of a region of densely staining cells that are smaller and more isodiametric than the surrounding non-glandular tissue.
The characteristic cell nests surrounded by highly vascularized stroma ("zellballen pattern") support the diagnosis of paraganglioma.
Although this approach has been useful in many tissues, it has not been successful in thick, highly vascularized tissues, such as muscle," notes Shulamit Levenberg of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa.
The corpus luteum (CL) is a highly vascularized tissue, in which 50-70% of the tissue comprises microvascular pericytes and endothelial cells.
Stockholm, Sweden; 46 8 678 87 20 and Watertown, MA; 617-673-7800), announced the issuance yesterday of a United States Patent covering the use of Vascular Targeting Agent (VTA) technology for the imaging and diagnosis of vascularized tumors.
Depending on the extent of the territory vascularized by this vessel, clinical consequences range from minor debility to death.
HBO is highly useful in treating bone, for example, a very poorly vascularized tissue which, once infected, is very slow to heal, even with adequate antibiotics and surgical treatment.
Biodesign completely remodels into fully vascularized tissue that becomes stronger over time, providing a permanent repair without a permanent material.
Around the periphery of the pressure ulcers, SEM readings converge toward those observed over vascularized, viable tissue as indicated by control site readings obtained from subjects' sternums; and,
The big challenge at the moment is to produce vascularized tissue.