One of the most colorful controversies in the first decade of the 20th century concerned how oxygen moved across the pulmonary capillary wall into the blood.
It was confirmed that repeated heating does not result in any changes in the inner diameter of the capillary .
Dyck and Craig employed capillary electrophoresis as the medium for single-molecule enzyme isolation.
When a capillary , a narrow tube, touches the surface of a liquid, fluid rises into the tube.
Alveolar wall thickening with eosinophilic materials and capillary congestion with red blood cells were evident in the mice with emphysema at 72 hours.
It enabled bedside monitoring in critically ill patients by measuring heart output and capillary pressure in the lungs.
While patients with insulin-requiring diabetes are in active labor, capillary blood glucose levels should be monitored hourly.
Scientists have long used ultra-fine glass tubes known as capillaries to analyze the chemical makeup of substances.
Immature vessels coalesce to form larger vessels and organize into capillaries , arterioles, and venules.
This encroachment on brain tissue by enlarged ventricles impinges on the caliber of arterioles and capillaries , often resulting in ischemia.