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A conveyance for the transport of goods by water.

Vessel

A ship or other vehicle of transportation over water. Vessels are important in international commerce. See also: Incoterm.
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For this reason, there is stronger correlation between coronary collateral vessel development and L-arginine/ADMA ratio than being with ADMA (24).
1) Another study showed that correlation of renocaval pressure gradients with flow patterns from color Doppler sonography in collateral vessels further aids assessment of nutcracker syndrome.
Metabolic syndrome and collateral vessel formation in patients with documented occluded coronary arteries: association with hyperglycaemia, insulin-resistance, adiponectin and plasminogen activator inhibitor-1.
1) Collateral vessels (most commonly the lenticulostriate and thalamoperforator arteries) hypertrophy to compensate for the stenosis.
The collateral vessels themselves were larger and less prone to constriction - a problem exacerbated with PAD - than in sedentary animals.
The results of the study are the first to pinpoint a portion of the genome associated with variation in the density and diameter of collateral vessels.
These findings, coupled with increase of blood flow in collateral vessels, suggest that the therapy is both safe and effective," stated Lasala.
chief of cardiothoracic surgery and research at Rhode Island Hospital, developed an animal model of hypercholesterolemia in swine to investigate the formation of collateral vessels and other effects in the heart, and the safety of NSAID and other medications.
Sutton and Lawton speculated that aneurysmal degeneration was secondary to increased flow through normally small collateral vessels of the foregut (6).
The collateral vessels are induced by sheer stress on the endothelium by the process of arteriogenesis (note the distinction with angiogenesis which occurs in response to hypoxia).