Recent Examples of microvascular from the Web
Low levels of estrogen after menopause pose a significant risk factor for developing cardiovascular disease in the smaller blood vessels (coronary microvascular disease).
According to Goldberg, that higher rate of microvascular dysfunction might help explain why women are more prone to blood vessel constriction when stressed.
Shortness of breath, fatigue or pain in the jaw, left arm, back or neck may be warning signs of microvascular dysfunction or an imminent heart attack.
On her 61st birthday in 2010, Gerda Saunders was diagnosed with microvascular disease, a leading cause of dementia.
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First Known Use of microvascular
medical Definition of microvascular
microvasculatureplay \-lə-ˌchu̇(ə)r, -ˌt(y)u̇(ə)r\ noun
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