Vasotonia, the tone of blood vessels, particularly of the arterioles.
1. Tending to increase vascular tension.
2. Vasotonic, the normal degree of vigor and tension of vessels.
Any of several vasoconstrictor substances, including the trade name Hypertensin, that cause narrowing of the blood vessels.
An exceedingly strong forceps in which pressure is applied by means of a screw; the instrument is used to crush tissue containing an artery in order to control hemorrhage from the vessel.
1. The production of hemostasis by use of the angiotribe.
2. The use of an angiotribe to arrest hemorrhage.
An angiotribe is an exceedingly strong forceps in which pressure is applied by means of a screw; the instrument is used to crush tissue containing an artery in order to control hemorrhage from the vessel.
1. Relating to the nutrition of the blood vessels or lymphatics.
2. A rarely used term for vasotrophic.
Inflamation of a blood vessel.
Congenital absence of a digit; or more specifically, absence of one or more of the long bones (phalanges) of a finger or toe.
A disease of the heart vessels.
The medical specialty dealing with the heart and blood vessels.
An apparatus for observing the circulation of the capillaries of the human lips.
A process of using an apparatus for medical examination of the circulation of the capillaries of the lips.
A radiographic procedure where a contrast dye is injected into the bile duct to visualize its course on X-ray.
Used in the detection of gallstones which block the common bile duct.
Radiographic examination of the bile ducts.
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