Origin of arterial
OTHER WORDS FROM arterialar·te·ri·al·ly, adverbnon·ar·te·ri·al, adjectivepost·ar·te·ri·al, adjective
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How to use arterial in a sentence
Many highways appeared to be plowed and pretreated, but snow was piling up on major arterials and side roads, according to traffic cameras.After 2 to 4 inches of snow, an icy night ahead in D.C. area. Snow showers possible Monday.|Jason Samenow, Dan Stillman, Andrew Freedman|February 1, 2021|Washington Post
Many highways in the Washington area were plowed and pretreated, but traffic cameras showed snow piled up on some major arterials and side roads.D.C. area’s biggest snowstorm in two years brings slick roads, but much-needed respite|Katherine Shaver, Emily Davies, Lauren Lumpkin|February 1, 2021|Washington Post
Over time, the theory goes, inflammation causes trouble—plaques and less pliable arterial walls.
Heavy lacerations, arterial bleeding, left leg and left arm.Friends on the Line: Excerpt from Brian Mockenhaupt’s “The Living and the Dead”|Brian Mockenhaupt|November 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
By respiration the black venous blood is transformed into red arterial blood and regenerated.Urania|Camille Flammarion
He knew, also, that the pulmonary veins conducted arterial blood, and that the pericardium was a shut sac.
In 1687 Cowper saw the passage of the arterial into the venous current in the mesentery of a cat.
A sample of the dog's arterial blood contained ten per cent of acetylene.
The heart has a pair of venous ostia, often blending into one, and an anterior arterial aorta.