capillary vessel

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Synonyms for capillary vessel

any of the minute blood vessels connecting arterioles with venules

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(3,4) In the most advanced systems, capillary vessel density and all-vessel density are measured separately for each retinal layer.
This report details the occurrence of hemoptysis in combination with secondary spontaneous pneumothorax following talc pleurodesis, suggesting that talc induced severe inflammation in capillary vessels of the lung.
Caption: FIGURE 2: The cancer nests of the epithelial cells with a clear cytoplasm and a distinct cell membrane, separated by many capillary vessels (a) and perinephric fat invasion in the renal tumor (b).
Dermatoscopy: peripheral cornoid lamella (A), atrophic epithelium (B), enlarged capillary vessels (C).
e) In ultrastructural section of control group; Many mitochondria and secretory vesicles in odontoblasts (yellow), regular capillary vessels of subodontoblastic layer (red arrow) (Uranyl acetate and lead citrate staining, Bar 2 [micro]m).
Microscopic examination showed lobular masses of capillary vessels lined by endothelial cells, separated by oedematous stroma showing infiltration of inflammatory cells, plenty foci of haemorrhagic necrosis, granulation tissue seen with occasional mitosis, few large thick walled congested vessel were also seen and its diagnosis was benign vascular lesion (Lobular Capillary Haemangioma).
1-3 capillary vessels are adjacent to syncytium, forming syncytiocapillar membranes.
"You can see in this file how traitors have permeated the bureaucracy and the even capillary vessels of the state and [how they have] sold the country by selling confidential state information to foreign countries.
The terminal villi of the mature placenta usually contain between two and six capillary vessels, which are sinusoidally dilated so as to occupy the majority of the cross-sectional area of the villus [2].
The mother-of-two suffers with Wegener's granulomatosis, a rare auto immune illness that causes the capillary vessels to become inflamed and burst, meaning the main organs don't get fed and can die off.