of, relating to, or affecting the heart and blood vessels.
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Examples from the Web for cardiovascular
Contemporary Examples of cardiovascular
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This negative (statistically insignificant) impact on cardiovascular risk is, however, a seeming mystery.
However, this increase was nearly completely due to cardiovascular disease.
A new study reveals that fathers are less likely than childless men to die of cardiovascular disease.
Historical Examples of cardiovascular
British Dictionary definitions for cardiovascular
of or relating to the heart and the blood vessels
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Word Origin and History for cardiovascular
1879, from cardio- + vascular. Cardiovascular system is recorded by 1918.
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cardiovascular in Medicine
Of, relating to, or involving the heart and the blood vessels.
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cardiovascular in Science
Relating to or involving the heart and blood vessels.
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cardiovascular in Culture
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