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central

(Essential), adjective basal, basic, capital, cardinal, chief, crucial, dominant, elemental, first, foremost, foundational, fundamental, highly important, indispensable, intrinsic, intrinsical, key, main, major, necessary, pivotal, primal, primary, principal, requisite, ruling, significant, supreme, underlying, vital

central

(Situated near center), adjective center, centric, centrical, equidistant, focal, halfway, inmost, inner, medial, median, mesial, middle, middlemost, midmost
Associated concepts: central board of appeals, central filing, centralization center of gravity doctrine
See also: basic, cardinal, federal, fundamental, important, indispensable, integral, intermediate, leading, master, material, outstanding, primary

CENTRAL. Relating to the centre, or placed in the centre; as, the central courts of the United States, are those located in the city of Washington, whose jurisdiction extends over the whole country. These are, first, the Senate of the United States, when organized to try impeachments; secondly, the Supreme Court of the United States.
     2. The government of the United States is the central government.

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Histology of the normal control group showed central vein surrounded by hepatic cord of cells with clear sinusoidal spaces lined by endothelial cells (Fig.
This improves the view of the proceeding needle until correct placement can be confirmed by withdrawing venous blood and by a real-time view of the needle tip's location within the central vein.
2] concentrations on size of epidermal cells, precycle, aeranchyma cells and paranchyma cells was more effective in comparison to diameter of root, central vein, phloem and xylem of roots.
Jeganath V, McElwaine JG, Steward P Ruptured superior thyroid artery from central vein cannulation: treatment by coil embolization.
Perivenous: Referring to the region of a liver lobule surrounding the central vein.
Incidence of central vein stenosis and occlusion following upper extremity PICC and port placement.
Claire had a large tumour on the left side of her skull which was pressing on the central vein in her head, causing it to curve to the right.
Yawitz is also involved in the marketing of a development site on 8th Avenue, what is becoming a central vein of revitalization on the West Side.
Studies also have shown that ultrasound-guided central vein catheterizations take an average of about 2 minutes less than blind catheterization, and they are revealing things about nuances of anatomy not previously appreciated, Dr.
With only one central vein occluded, the obstruction involves only one hall of the retina (lower half in photo).
Take a large cabbage, the Savoy ones are best, remove a few of the outer leaves and run a rolling pin over the central vein to crush it and release the juice.
A central vein occlusion is a blockage in the vessel that takes blood away from the eye to the heart.

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