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venous
American English: /ˈvinəs/
British English: /ˈviːnəs/

Translation of venous in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (blood)
    Example sentences
    • The increase is probably due to raised venous pressure from jugular vein constriction.
    • Brain parenchyma from the parietal lobe showed venous congestion, hemorrhage, and diffuse edema.
    • A venous Doppler study confirmed venous thrombosis of the deep femoral vein.
    1.2
    (leaf)
    nervado
    (rock)

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