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vasculature

 [vas´ku-lah-chur″]
2. any part of the circulatory system.
3. the supply of vessels to a specific region.

vas·cu·la·ture

(vas'kyū-lă-chūr),
The vascular network of an organ.

vasculature

(văs′kyə-lə-cho͝or′, -chər)
n.
Arrangement of blood vessels in the body or in an organ or body part.

vas·cu·la·ture

(vas'kyū-lă-chŭr)
The vascular network of an organ.

vasculature

Any system of blood vessels supplying an organ, an area of the body or the whole body.
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Citation: Irit Meivar-Levy et al., The Role of The Vasculature Niche on Insulin Producing Cells Generated by Transdifferentiation of Adult Human Liver Cells.
The vasculature can be assessed by visual inspection to establish its relative location within the retinal tissue and proximity to retinal landmarks and/or lesions and can be measured quantitatively using inbuilt analysis software to establish vessel density/perfusion and area of the foveal avascular zone (FAZ).
'The structure of the blood-brain barrier hasn't been fully known, and so a detailed atlas of the brain's vasculature and its barrier functionality is needed.'
reported the first case of huge hepatic hydatid causing renovascular hypertension by compressing and rotating the right kidney and its vasculature in an already nephrectomized patient.
Mouse postnatal retinal vasculature develops after birth in a highly stereotypic manner during which time it is accessible to experimental manipulations that makes it ideal for the studies of pro- and antiangiogenic molecules and the effects of genetic mutations on normal and pathological angiogenesis (Figure 2) [29].
Medical device company Nitiloop reported on Thursday the receipt of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for its new Nova Cross Extreme and Nova Cross BTK catheter to be used in conjunction with conventional guidewires to access discrete regions of the coronary and peripheral vasculature for tackling of lesions.
Figure 3 depicts techniques and approaches to performing upper extremity POCUS on patients who are suspected to have an upper extremity DVT and also depict some of the pertinent anatomy when performing ultrasound on the vasculature of the upper extremity.
The performance (sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy) of vessel segmentation algorithms has been shown to be dependent on the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR, defined as the ratio of the vessel signal to background noise) between the contrast-enhanced vasculature and surrounding tissue in the micro-CT image [9].
This effect of aberrant retinal vasculature on vision was also emphasized in a previously reported case of a white male with two macular arteriovenous anastomoses and a small venous tributary crossing the fovea.
The patent, entitled "User identification system based on plethysmography," mentions a pulse oximeter that would be useful in identifying biometric characteristics of the Apple Watch user's vasculature. The data that will be generated by this component would then become handy whenever there's a need for user identity verification. 
In spite of recent progress, the use of current skin equivalents for medical purposes and as test systems remains limited owing to the lack of a functional vasculature.