Vascular, Definition of Vascular by Merriam-Webster

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The first thing to know: If your dark circles are caused by pigment or by vascular issues, filler isn’t going to magically erase them. — April Long, Town & Country, “Yes, You Can Get Filler for Your Under Eye Area—But Do You Need It?,” 9 May 2019 The vascular system can also move warm blood to what Dr. Hedge calls the shell of the body, such as the skin and limbs. — Heidi Mitchell, WSJ, “How Much Do Hot Drinks Help on a Cold Day?,” 5 Dec. 2018 The condition, known technically as birdshot chorioretinopathy, causes severe, progressive inflammation of the retina and the choroid, the vascular layer of the eye. — Caren Chesler, Popular Mechanics, “A Vision Quest,” 6 Mar. 2019 About 60 percent are due to diabetes, peripheral vascular disease and flesh-eating bacterial infections, according to Susan Gregg, the director of media relations for UW Medicine, which oversees Harborview. — Christine Clarridge, The Seattle Times, “At Harborview, where 175 limb amputations are performed yearly, a support group offers help,” 8 Oct. 2018 In recent studies, people who had had a bout of depression had more proteins associated with vascular disease and fewer proteins associated with general cell health in their blood than people who never had the disease. — Jacqueline Detwiler, Popular Mechanics, “The Heroes of Science Who Are Unlocking the Brain,” 3 Oct. 2018 Saunas may also stimulate the immune system, improve vascular health and reduce inflammation, stress and circulating blood cholesterol, Kunutsor adds. — Jamie Ducharme, Time, “Here’s Another Reason Saunas Are So Good For You,” 2 May 2018 The authors also say their own research analysis overlooked key indicators of health: Liver function, vascular function, cardiovascular events, and kidney function. — Jaclyn London, Ms, Rd, Cdn, Good Housekeeping, “The 5 Most Common Arguments for the Keto Diet, Debunked,” 28 Aug. 2018 Jerry McCauley, chief of nephrology at Thomas Jefferson University, said two relatively common kidney conditions can be diagnosed with imaging and treated with embolization: a vascular malformation or a benign mass called angiomyolipoma. — Marie Mccullough, Philly.com, “Melania Trump treated for benign kidney condition at Walter Reed,” 14 May 2018

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First Known Use of vascular

circa 1673, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for vascular

borrowed from New Latin vāsculāris, from Latin vāsculum “small vessel” (from vās “container” + -culum, diminutive suffix) + -āris -ar — more at vas

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