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Situated or occurring within a vessel or vessels of an animal or plant, especially within a blood vessel or blood vascular system.
- ‘Involvement of the muscular vessel wall and intravascular growth do not occur.’
- ‘One of the main sources of nosocomial bloodstream infections is intravascular catheters.’
- ‘Cultures of blood, sputum, intravascular catheter tips, and wounds were used to confirm the presence of bacteria.’
- ‘She was treated for septic shock followed by disseminated intravascular coagulation and multiorgan system failure.’
- ‘Furthermore, enlargement of arterioles might increase intravascular pressure in the allograft and lead to enhanced vascular leakage.’
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