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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

/vas·cu·la·ture/ (vas´ku-lah-chur)
2. any part of the circulatory system.

vasculature

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

vasculature

[vas′kyəlā′chər]
Etymology: L, vasculum
the blood vessels in an organ or tissue.

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.

vasculature

1. the vascular system of the body, or any part of it.
2. the supply of vessels to a specific region.
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Abnormal vasculature was also visible on the superior surface of each vocal fold.
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A photograph taken through a 4-mm 70[degrees] rod showed the vertical extent of the mass along the contact surface of the left vibratory margin, as well as the mass's vasculature and the anatomy of its attachment to the vocal fold (figure 2).
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