avascular

avascular
adjective Date: circa 1900 having few or no blood vessels <
avascular tissue
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avascularity noun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • avascular — 1. (de un tejido en un área determinada) que no recibe un suministro de sangre suficiente. 2. (de un tipo de tejido) que no posee vasos sanguíneos. Diccionario ilustrado de Términos Médicos.. Alvaro Galiano. 2010 …   Diccionario médico

  • avascular — Without blood or lymphatic vessels; may be a normal state as in certain forms of cartilage, or the result of disease. SYN: nonvascular. * * * avas·cu·lar ( )ā vas kyə lər adj having few or no blood vessels <the lens is a very avascular… …   Medical dictionary

  • avascular — adjective Lacking blood vessels An avascular mass was discovered during surgery …   Wiktionary

  • avascular — a·vas·cu·lar (ā văsʹkyə lər) adj. Not associated with or supplied by blood vessels.   a·vas cu·larʹi·ty ( lărʹĭ tē) n. * * * …   Universalium

  • avascular — adj. lacking blood vessels …   English contemporary dictionary

  • avascular — [ə vaskjʊlə, eɪ ] adjective Medicine characterized by or associated with a lack of blood vessels …   English new terms dictionary

  • avascular — adj. lacking blood vessels or having a poor blood supply. The term is usually used with reference to cartilage …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • avascular — adjective without blood vessels • Ant: ↑vascular …   Useful english dictionary

  • Avascular necrosis — Classification and external resources Femur head showing a flap of cartilage (osteochondritis dissecans) due to avascular necrosis. Specimen from total hip replacement surgery …   Wikipedia

  • Avascular necrosis — Condition in which poor blood supply to an area of bone leads to bone death. Also called avascular necrosis and osteonecrosis. * * * avascular necrosis n necrosis of bone tissue due to impaired or disrupted blood supply (as that caused by… …   Medical dictionary

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