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Vessel

A conveyance for the transport of goods by water.
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Vessel

A ship or other vehicle of transportation over water. Vessels are important in international commerce. See also: Incoterm.
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Lymphatic vessel density at the site of deepest penetration as a predictor of lymph node metastasis in submucosal colorectal cancer.
Intratumoral lymphatics and lymphatic vessel invasion detected by D2-40 are essential for lymph node metastasis in bladder transitional cell carcinoma.
The following groups were characterized: (1) control (4 cases): symptomless individuals from which living AWs nonsensitive to antifilarial treatment were removed [17-20]; (2) patients with dead AWs in the PL (1 case); (3) acute filarial hydrocele (3 cases): patients with fluid accumulation in the tunica vaginalis cavity which appears within a few days after a nodule formation and resolves spontaneously up to 18 months [11]; (4) filaricele (20 cases): patients with chronic accumulation in the tunica vaginalis cavity of fluid composed of a combination, in different proportion, of transudate and nonmilky lymph from ruptured dilated lymphatic vessels [12].
In the past decade, we have learned many details about the molecular mechanisms underlying immune cell migration across blood and lymphatic vessels. However, many questions and challenges still remain.
To investigate a possible endothelial damage caused by Tm-DOTMA administration, HE-stained lymphatic vessels were sectioned after administration of Gd-DO3A-butrol (Figure 3(a)) and Tm-DOTMA (Figure 3(b)).
Combining the findings from our experiments regarding induced pluripotent stem cells and zebrafish, our results implicate that T[beta]4 promotes the expansion of mesodermal progenitors, which subsequently differentiate into blood and lymphatic vessels. Those, in turn, increase the perfusion and maintenance of our EHTs.
Caption: Figure 1: Depiction of end-to-end lymphaticovenous anastomosis (LVA) to treat lymphedema; V = vein, L = lymphatic vessel, and A = excluded lymphatic vessel.
The effect of lymphatic vessel activation on acute colitis was investigated and AD-VEGF-C-treated mice had significant thicker colons compared to mice treated only with DSS (397.4 [+ or -] 2.3 vs 284.2 [+ or -] 11.7; P< 0.001).
Angiogenesis and lymphangiogenesis consist in the formation of new blood vessels and lymphatic vessels, respectively [1].
The lymphatic plexus of the sinoatrial node of the human heart drain lymph via the subepicardial lymphatic network of the right atrium directly to the right main trunk or indirectly (via lymphatic vessel of the posterior edge of the right auricle) to the right main trunk.
The recent discovery of vascular endothelial growth factor-C (VEGF-C) and VEGF receptor-3 (VEGFR-3) involvement in lymphatic vessel development [2] and specific lymphatic markers has provided new insights into the field of lymphangiogenesis [3].
Lymphatic vessels (after D2-40 immunostaining (Figure 5)) were counted subcapsularly in 10 consecutive HPF and in 10 HPF in the intratumoral space.