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  • adj. Alternative spelling of vascularized.

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Examples

  • At the end of the operation, Robert's hand was well vascularised and warm, which is encouraging. rules Kubica out of the forthcoming Formula One campaign - set to get underway in Spain in just under five weeks - but Renault team manager Eric Boullier has said it is too early to be thinking of potential replacements.

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  • They have already re-vascularised the limb and repaired the bone structure.

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  • OCL 500 is a microspherical agent in development for the treatment of highly vascularised tumours, including hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC; liver cancer), renal cell carcinoma (RCC; kidney cancer) and uterine fibroids.

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  • White adipose (fat) tissue is vascularised, much like a tumour, and growth of fat tissue is highly dependent on the tissue's ability to build new blood vessels - a phenomenon called angiogenesis.

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  • For example, inflammation is a dynamic response of vascularised tissues to injury, whilst excessive or prolonged inflammation is associated with various diseases in addition to cardiovascular disease

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  • Many animals pant rather than sweat, this is because the lungs have a large surface area and are highly vascularised.

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  • Mr Smith said: "I think there are certain technical issues to be ironed out but I think the crux of how to carry out a successful graft that's properly vascularised - I think we have cracked that one."

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  • "I think there are certain technical issues to be ironed out but I think the crux of how to carry out a successful graft that's properly vascularised - I think we have cracked that one."

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  • Smith said: "I think there are certain technical issues to be ironed out but I think the crux of how to carry out a successful graft that's properly vascularised - I think we have cracked that one."

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  • The Cell Pouch System (TM) is a novel chambered device which becomes vascularised to provide essential microcirculation to support the function and long-term survival of therapeutic cells.

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