1. Composed of fibrous and conductive tissue, as in the vascular systems of higher plants; a fibrovascular bundle.
2. Plant tissue that provides structural support and conducts sap.
1. A part of the body involved in both digestion and circulation, e.g. the central body cavity of some jellyfish.
2. Gastrovascular cavity, as the name indicates, functions in both digestion and the transport of nutrients to all parts of an animal body.
Abnormally vascular; containing an excessive number of blood vessels.
1. Lying between or surrounded by blood vessels.
2. Between blood or lymph vessels.
Inside a vessel.
Concerning the blood vessels in the meninges; or the meninges and blood vessels. The meninges refer to the surrounding membranes of the brain and the spinal cord.
The portion of the circulatory system composed of the smallest vessels; such as, the capillaries, arterioles, and venules.
Referring to a muscle and its blood vessels.
Referring to newly formed vessels.
The new formation of blood vessels in abnormal tissues; such as, tumors, or in abnormal positions as in diabetic retinopathy.
A newly formed collection of blood vessels, usually representing an abnormality.
A nevus in which superficial blood vessels are enlarged.
A nevus in which superficial blood vessels are enlarged. Nevi of this type are usually congenital.
They are of variable size and shape, slightly elevated, and red or purple in color. They generally appear on the face, head, neck, and arms, though no region is exempt. The nevi usually disappear spontaneously, but wrinkling, pigmentation, and scarring are sometimes seen.
Relating to the blood vessels of the eye.
Situated around or near a vessel or the tissues surrounding a blood vessel.
1. Pertaining to or affecting the blood vessels of the kidney.
2. Relating to the blood vessels of the kidney.
Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving "blood" word units: