noun Etymology: Latin vasculum vessel + English -ature (as in musculature) Date: circa 1927 the blood vessels or arrangement of blood vessels in an organ or part

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  • vasculature — noun The arrangement of blood vessels in the body, or within an organ …   Wiktionary

  • vasculature — n. vascular system, system of blood vessels …   English contemporary dictionary

  • vasculature — [ vaskjʊlətʃə] noun Anatomy the vascular system of a part of the body and its arrangement …   English new terms dictionary

  • vasculature — vas·cu·la·ture …   English syllables

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  • Chorionic vessels — Vasculature of the placenta, with a chorionic artery labeled in . Chorionic (plate) vessels are blood vessels, including both arteries and veins, that carry blood through the chorion in the feto placental circulation. Chorionic arteries branch… …   Wikipedia

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