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microvasculature

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. The portion of the circulatory system composed of the smallest vessels, such as the capillaries, arterioles, and venules.

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  • n. The smallest vessels of the circulatory system: the capillaries, arterioles, and venules

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Examples

  • When applied to the skin, glutathione, via the phospholipid carrier, is able to penetrate various levels, reaching into the deep dermis and finally into the subdermal microvasculature, or the small blood vessels under the skin.

    Forever Young

  • Activated brain areas utilize more oxygen, which transiently decreases the levels of oxyhemoglobin and increases the levels of deoxyhemoglobin, and within seconds the brain microvasculature responds to the local change by increasing the flow of oxygen-rich blood into the active area.

    Dan Agin: Neurobunk: Politics, Phrenics, and Brainscans

  • I should find fibrinoid changes in the renal microvasculature or early nephrosclerosis.

    CRUEL AND UNUSUAL

  • "Having the detailed microvasculature of the liver within a biocompatible, natural scaffold is a major advantage to growing liver tissue in a synthetic environment," says Basak Uygun,

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  • "Having the detailed microvasculature of the liver within a biocompatible, natural scaffold is a major advantage to growing liver tissue in a synthetic environment," said research associate Basak Uygun, the paper's lead author.

    The Money Times

  • We thus demonstrated that in the baboon intact pulmonary microvasculature, both adenosine - and papaverine-derived PFR thermo is approximately 1.5, in keeping with our recently published Doppler-derived PFR measures IMR evaluations of the coronary circulation seek to quantify microvascular integrity by estimating minimum achievable microvascular resistance, a related measure to maximal vascular flow reserve assessment with CFR.

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  • Using TPSG to measure Tmn and the maximum hyperemic doses of either adenosine or papaverine to induce maximal pulmonary hyperemia, we thus measured PIMR in the intact pulmonary microvasculature of 10 animals.

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  • PFRthermo values in the intact pulmonary microvasculature were calculated

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  • We found that increasing doses of microspheres, of a size known to obstruct the baboon pulmonary microvasculature

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  • PFRthermo and PIMR Detect Microvascular Obstruction thermo and PIMR in the intact microvasculature, we studied the ability of these novel indices to detect progressive microvascular obstruction as induced by subsegmental delivery of microspheres.

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