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venule

 [ven´ūl]
any of the small vessels that collect blood from the capillary plexuses and join to form veins. adj., adj ven´ular.

ven·ule

(ven'yūl, vē'nūl), [TA]
A venous radicle continuous with a capillary.
Synonym(s): venula [TA], capillary vein, veinlet

venule

(vĕn′yo͞ol, vēn′-)
n.
A small vein, especially one joining capillaries to larger veins.

ven′u·lar (-yə-lər) adj.

ven·ule

(ven'yūl) [TA]
A venous radicle continuous with a capillary.
Synonym(s): venula [TA] , capillary vein.

venule

A very small VEIN.

venule

a small vein, differentiated from a capillary by possessing connective tissue (and sometimes smooth muscle) in the walls.

ven·ule

(ven'yūl) [TA]
Venous radicle continuous with a capillary.
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Dvorak, "Neutrophils emigrate from venules by a transendothelial cell pathway in response to FMLP," Journal of Experimental Medicine, vol.
Flat-walled venules in non-lymphoid tissues including the skin also support leukocyte extravasation under physiological conditions, but unlike HEVs, they allow mainly memory-type lymphocytes and dendritic cells (DCs) to extravasate, (1-3) and the extent of extravasation is much smaller than that observed with HEVs.
In grade A1 rejection, occasional small blood vessels in the alveolated lung parenchyma, particularly venules, are surrounded by a thin ring (2-3 layers) of mononuclear cells.
In the meantime, whether there has diameter reducing in cerebral venules after SAH is still controversial [26-29].
Hontsu et al., "CCR7 mediates the migration of Foxp3+ regulatory T cells to the paracortical areas of peripheral lymph nodes through high endothelial venules," Journal of Leukocyte Biology, vol.
Ley, "Transit time of leukocytes rolling through venules controls cytokine-induced inflammatory cell recruitment in vivo," The Journal of Clinical Investigation, vol.
In zones B and C, retinal arterioles have been marked in red and venules in blue.
Based on the histological features of the enlarged lymph node, with nodular expanding dendritic networks and high endothelial venules, combined with infiltrating CD4-positive atypical small T-lymphocytes with TFH phenotype, scattered CD30-and CD20-positive RS-like B-cells, and clinical signs of systemic lymphadenopathy with chylothorax and chylous ascites, the patient was diagnosed with AITL.
Furthermore, in vivo experiment revealed that extravasation of FITC-labelled dextran from mesenteric venules was elevated in LPS-treated mouse, while activation of Sirt1 with its agonist could counteract the exudation.
proposed the concept of periventricular venule collagenosis in 1995 [32], the effects of venous collagen remodeling and the venous system on WMLs have begun to be taken seriously.
In the group treated with itraconazole, most notable features were leukocytes infiltration of the central venules and mitotic figures, which worsened after 28 days of treatment compared to 14 days of treatment (Figure 2(d)).
Diabetic retinopathy begins with microaneurysms and progress into exudative changes, blood (blot hemorrahges), ischemic changes, collateralization, dilatation of venules and proliferative changes3.