|hardening of veins||phlebosclerosis|
|(Medicine) hardening or destruction of tissue through the application of an electrical current, destruction of tissue with an electrical device||electrocoagulation|
|(Medicine) phlebography, method for examining a vein in which a radiopaque material in injected into the vein and a conventional x-ray image of the area is taken (used to detect blockages), X-ray examination of veins||venography|
|abnormal hardening of body tissue (Medicine); hardening of plant tissues or cell walls (Botany), hardening of plant cell wall||sclerosis|
|abnormal hardening, act of calcifying, conversion into lime, hard body part, lack of change||calcification|
|act or process of becoming rigid or hard; callousness, lack of feeling, hardening, hardening of geological sediment, hardness in body tissue||induration|
|any of a number of large veins in the neck; jugular vein, pertaining to the neck, pertaining to the throat; pertaining to the jugular vein; of a number of large veins in the neck, relating to the neck, with pelvic fins further forward||jugular|
|arrangement of nerves or veins||nervation|
|atherosclerosis, chronic disease characterized by hardening and thickening of the arterial walls||arteriosclerosis|
|black man, bloodshed, body fluid of invertebrates, family or kinship, fluid which flows in the veins and arteries; life; murder, initiate troops in battle, let blood, drain blood for medical purposes, let dog taste blood, members of group, pure breedin...||blood|
|bony mass, changing into bone; hardening of soft tissue, inflexible conformity, process of becoming inflexible, process of bone formation||ossification|
|branching vein, small blood vessel, small vein (especially leading from the capillaries to the veins); small vein in the wing of an insect or in a leaf||venule|
|characteristic of fusing when heated and hardening when cooled||thermoplasticity|
|condition characterized by hardening of the bones (Pathology)||osteopetrosis|
|condition with swollen veins||varicose vein|
|condition with swollen veins, dilation of a vein; condition of suffering from varicose veins, formation of ridges on a gastropod shell||varicosis|
|congestion in the veins||congestive heart failure|
|connected, joined, united; joined by openings (such as veins or arteries)||inosculated|
|coronary thrombosis, heart attack, heart attack; one of the main arteries which supplies the heart with blood, involving the coronary arteries and veins, of or relating to the coronary veins or arteries of the heart; of or pertaining to the heart, supp...||coronary|
|covered with veins, veiny; having prominent veins||venose|
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