- of, relating to, or affecting the heart and blood vessels.
Origin of cardiovascular
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- of or relating to the heart and the blood vessels
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Word Origin and History for cardiovascular
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- Of, relating to, or involving the heart and the blood vessels.
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- Relating to or involving the heart and blood vessels.
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