Origin of vaso-
Words nearby vaso-
WORDS THAT USE VASO-
What does vaso- mean?
Vaso- comes from the Latin vās, meaning “vessel.” The Latin vās is also the source of the word vase, which is, after all, a type of vessel—often for flowers! And the diminutive form of vās is vāsculum, literally “little vessel”; it’s the source of the word vascular, commonly encountered in cardiovascular.
What are variants of vaso-?
Examples of vaso-
Knowing a little etymology can indeed help make hard words like vasoconstriction and vasodilation more manageable.
What are some words that use the combining form vaso-?
Break it down!
Given that vaso- means “(blood) vessel,” what does the procedure of a vasopuncture involve?
How to use vaso- in a sentence
The first that concerns us is the existence of the vaso-motor centre, whose situation and functions have been already described.
Direct stimulation of the vaso-motor nerves, alone, as has been said, contracts the blood-vessels.
Severing the same part causes paralysis of the vaso-motor nerves and dilatation of the blood-vessels.
We spent many days with Vaso, shooting with indifferent results, but revelling in the glories of nature.The Land of the Black Mountain|Reginald Wyon
His teaching in regard to mental and nervous disorders due to vaso-motor disturbance also deserves recognition.Chapters in the History of the Insane in the British Isles|Daniel Hack Tuke