But a raft of studies now shows that saturated fat does not increase your likelihood of vascular or heart disease.
Back home, he became the chief of thoracic and vascular surgery at Harlem Hospital.
vascular changes such as occur in anæmia, Bright's disease, and heart disease may also be concerned in their production.
vascular: relating to the blood-vessels or circulatory system.
Such circumstances may act primarily through the nervous or through the vascular system.
Entropion, with nebulous and vascular cornea in an old woman of seventy.
The vascular tunic may be congested in young infants, but atrophy soon develops and may reach an extreme degree.
A further mixture of characters is seen in the vascular bundles of the petioles.
They are encapsulated and vascular, frequently attain a large size, and may be single or multiple.
It is also vascular and the veins which ramify it have a plexiform or net-work like arrangement.
1670s, from Modern Latin vascularis "of or pertaining to vessels or tubes," from Latin vasculum, diminutive of vas "vessel."
vascular vas·cu·lar (vās'kyə-lər)
Or, relating to, or containing blood vessels.