Definition of Venous pressure

1. Noun. The pressure exerted on the walls of the veins by the circulating blood.

Generic synonyms: Blood Pressure



Medical Definition of Venous pressure

1. The blood pressure in a vein. It is usually measured to assess the filling pressure to the ventricle. (12 Dec 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Venous Pressure

venous embolism
venous foramen
venous gangrene
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venous heart
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venous insufficiency
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venous ligament
venous murmur
venous plexus
venous plexus of bladder
venous plexus of foramen ovale
venous plexus of hypoglossal canal
venous pressure (current term)
venous pulse
venous return
venous segments of liver
venous segments of the kidney
venous sinus
venous sinus of sclera
venous sinuses
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venous stars
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venous thrombosis
venous valve
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venovenostomy

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