American; see capillary

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  • Capillaries — are the smallest of blood vessels. They serve to distribute oxygenated blood from arteries to the tissues of the body and to feed deoxygenated blood from the tissues back into the veins. The capillaries are thus a central component in the… …   Medical dictionary

  • capillaries — cap·il·lar·y || kÉ™ pɪlÉ™rɪ n. very small blood vessel adj. of or pertaining to a very small blood vessel …   English contemporary dictionary

  • erythrocytic capillaries — capillaries of the bone marrow of early life which seem to produce erythrocytes …   Medical dictionary

  • Meigs capillaries — capillaries in the myocardium …   Medical dictionary

  • Peritubular capillaries — Infobox Artery Name = PAGENAME Latin = GraySubject = GrayPage = Caption = Caption2 = BranchFrom = Efferent arteriole BranchTo = Interlobular vein Vein = Supplies = MeshName = MeshNumber = DorlandsPre = c 06 DorlandsSuf = 13477736 In the renal… …   Wikipedia

  • continuous capillaries — one of the two major types of capillaries, found in muscle, skin, lung, central nervous system, and other tissues, and characterized by an uninterrupted endothelium, a continuous basal lamina, fine filaments, and numerous pinocytotic vesicles. Cf …   Medical dictionary

  • fenestrated capillaries — one of the two major types of capillaries, found in the intestinal mucosa, renal glomeruli, pancreas, endocrine glands, and other tissues, and characterized by circular fenestrae or pores that penetrate the endothelium and may be closed by a very …   Medical dictionary

  • bile capillaries — 1. bile canaliculi. 2. a term sometimes used to designate the cholangioles …   Medical dictionary

  • sheathed capillaries — see under artery …   Medical dictionary

  • Meigs capillaries — (megz) [Arthur V. Meigs, American physician, 1850–1912] see under capillary …   Medical dictionary

  • Capillary — Capillaries are the smallest of a body s blood vessels, measuring 5 10 μm in diameter, which connect arterioles and venules, and enable the interchange of water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and many other nutrient and waste chemical substances… …   Wikipedia

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