gomitoli

<anatomy, pathology> Intricately coiled and looped capillary vessels present largely in the upper infundibular stem of the stalk of the pituitary gland; they comprise a portion of the pituitary portal circulation. ... Origin: It. Gomitolo, coil ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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gomitoli

(go-mit´o-li) a network of capillaries in the upper infundibular stem (of the hypothalamus), which surround terminal arterioles of the superior hypophyseal arteries and that lead into the portal veins to the adenohypophysis.
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gomitoli

Type: Term Pronunciation: gō-mit′tō-lī Definitions: 1. Intricately coiled and looped capillary vessels for the most part present in the upper infundibular stem of the stalk of the pituitary gland; they make up a portion of the pituitary portal circulation.
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