- conveying blood, as a blood vessel.
Origin of sanguiferous
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Examples from the Web for sanguiferous
And from the same cause they are not liable to a sanguiferous menstruation.Zoonomia, Vol. I
Red flowers were given for derangement in the sanguiferous system, and yellow ones for those of the bile.
In certain diseases, globules of pus have also been detected in the sanguiferous stream.
Tonics are also separated from Stimulants, and included with those which act on the muscular and sanguiferous systems.The Action of Medicines in the System
Frederick William Headland
The sanguiferous vessels underwent an extraordinary increase, or, at least, became remarkably evident.Cases of Organic Diseases of the Heart
John Collins Warren
- Conveying blood.
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