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Vertebral venous plexus

vertebral venous plexus --> vertebral venous system Any of four interconnected venous networks surrounding the vertebral... Read More

Venous hyperaemia

venous hyperaemia --> passive hyperaemia hyperaemia due to an obstruction in the flow of blood from the affected part, the... Read More

Venous lakes

venous lakes thin-walled collections of blood, resembling blood blisters, found commonly in the ears and less often on the... Read More

Batson venous plexus

Batson venous plexus (Science: radiology) Paravertebral venous plexus, can carry tumour emboli directly to brain from pelvis... Read More

Catheterization central venous

Catheterization, central venous Placement of an intravenous catheter in the subclavian, jugular, or other central vein for... Read More

Venous gangrene

venous gangrene --> static gangrene moist gangrene due to obstruction in the return circulation. Synonym: venous... Read More

Venous insufficiency

venous insufficiency (Science: cardiology, surgery) A condition in which the vein do not channel the flow of blood... Read More

Venous ligament

venous ligament --> ligamentum venosum A thin fibrous cord, lying in the fissure of the ligamentum venosum, the remains of... Read More

Venous stasis

venous stasis congestion and slowing of circulation in veins due to blockage by either obstruction or high pressure in the... Read More

Venous artery

venous artery --> pulmonary trunk origin, right ventricle of heart; distribution, it divides into the right pulmonary artery... Read More

Venous foramen

venous foramen --> foramen venosum (Science: anatomy) A minute inconstant foramen in the greater wing of the sphenoid bone,... Read More

Central venous pressure

Central venous pressure (Science: cardiology) The venous pressure as measured at the right atrium, done by means of a... Read More

Central venous line

Central venous line --> central venous catheter (Science: equipment) a small, flexible plastic tube inserted into the large... Read More

Sacral venous plexus

sacral venous plexus A venous plexus on the pelvic surface of the sacrum, formed by tributaries to the lateral sacral... Read More

Venous embolism

venous embolism --> retrograde embolism embolism of a vein by an embolus carried in a direction opposite to that of the... Read More

Plantar venous network

plantar venous network A fine superficial venous network in the sole of the foot. Synonym: rete venosum... Read More

Venous stars

venous star A small, red nodule formed by a dilated vein in the skin; caused by increased venous... Read More

Flow and wall shear stress in end-to-side and side-to-side anastomosis of venous coronary artery bypass grafts

Flow and wall shear stress in end-to-side and side-to-side anastomosis of venous coronary artery bypass grafts Thomas... Read More

Prominence of venous valvular sinus

prominence of venous valvular sinus A slight eminence on the external wall of a vein correlating with the valvular sinus... Read More

Deep venous thrombosis

Deep venous thrombosis (Science: cardiology) a blood clot that forms in a vein resulting in obstruction of venous flow. most... Read More

Variations of the lymphatic-venous communications in the human left supraclavicular fossa

Variations of the lymphatic-venous communications in the human left supraclavicular fossa RODRIGUES, C.F.S., WAFAE, N.,... Read More

Plantar venous arch

plantar venous arch The arch formed by the plantar digital veins from the toes which accompanies the plantar arterial... Read More

Venous grooves

venous grooves (Science: anatomy) grooves occasionally found on the internal surface of the parietal bone, in which veins... Read More

Venous heart

venous heart (Science: anatomy) The right side, including both the atrium and ventricle, of the... Read More

Venous plexus

venous plexus A vascular network formed by numerous anastomoses between veins. Synonym: plexus... Read More

Uterine venous plexus

uterine venous plexus The plexiform veins that lie along the sides of the uterus in the broad ligament. Synonym: plexus... Read More

Total anomalous pulmonary venous return

total anomalous pulmonary venous return (Science: radiology) (TAPVR) admixture lesion: cyanosis, increased pulmonary blood... Read More

Venous-stasis retinopathy

venous-stasis retinopathy A uniocular retinopathy associated with occlusion of the central retinal vein; a nonischemic... Read More

Venous valve

venous valve A fold of the lining layer of a vein to prevent a reflux of blood. Synonym: valvula... Read More

Venous angioma

venous angioma (Science: radiology) caput medusae, wedge-shaped appearance with its base at the meninges and its apex... Read More

Venous angle

venous angle The junction of the internal jugular and subclavian veins, toward which converge the external and the anterior... Read More

Lateral venous lacunae

Lateral venous lacunae lateral expansions of the superior sagittal sinus of the dura mater, often increasing in width with... Read More

Venous

venous (Science: anatomy) Of or pertaining to the veins. Origin: L.... Read More

Venous blood

venous blood blood which has passed through the capillaries of various tissues, except the lungs, and is found in the veins,... Read More

Batsons plexus

Batsons plexus --> vertebral venous system Any of four interconnected venous networks surrounding the vertebral column;... Read More

Arteriovenous

Arteriovenous (Science: anatomy) Both arterial and venous, pertaining to or affecting an artery and a... Read More

Tension intravenous

tension, intravenous The pressure of the blood within a vein, the venous... Read More

Peritoneovenous shunt

peritoneovenous shunt An operation for the continuous emptying of ascitic fluid into the venous system. Fluid removal is... Read More

Transvenous

Transvenous (Science: anatomy) through a vein or through the venous system, as in the passage of a device or catheter... Read More

Zone 1 2 3 4 of west

Zone 1, 2, 3, 4 of west pulmonary physiology, defines the levels in a vertical lung according to the relationships of... Read More