Blood flowing out of a capillary bed first enters structures called
Which condition is described as the formation of lipid deposits in the tunica media associated with damage to the endothelial lining?
When necessary, blood bypasses a capillary bed through
A)an arterial anastomosis.
In general, for a vessel of a given size, a typical artery ________ compared to a typical vein.
A)is more elastic
B)has less smooth muscle in its tunica media
C)has no endothelium
D)has thinner walls
E)has a larger lumen