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Literary usage of Avascularity
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1904)
"It appears as if two factors, ie—(1) avascularity, and (2) the opacity of the tissue concerned to the passage of the rays, are concerned in the production ..."
2. Pulmonary tuberculosis by Maurice Fishberg (1922)
"On the other hand, some authors have argued that avascularity may be altogether useful in chemotherapy by favoring the accumulation of the drug in ..."
3. A Text-book of Pathology by Alfred Stengel (1906)
"avascularity alone, however, is not the cause of caseous necrosis. One of the first changes noted is a granular change in the cell- protoplasm which lessens ..."
4. A Text-book upon the pathogenic bacteria: For Students of Medicine and by Joseph McFarland (1909)
"... and the coagulation-necrosis soon destroys preexisting capillaries; the avascularity may be a factor in the necrosis of the larger tuberculous masses, ..."
5. Therapeutic Gazette (1904)
"Although there is first intense hyperemia, this is soon replaced by an avascularity, so far as the capillaries, on which depend the phenomena of nutrition, ..."
6. A Text-book upon the pathogenic Bacteria and Protozoa for students of by Joseph McFarland (1915)
"avascularity may be a factor in the necrosis of the larger tuberculous masses, though probably playing no important part in the degeneration of the small ..."