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circulatory in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcirculatorycir‧cu‧la‧to‧ry /ˌsɜːkjəˈleɪtəri, ˈsɜːkjələtəri $ ˈsɜːrkjələtɔːri/ adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 relating to the movement of blood around your body 🔊 the heart and circulatory system
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circulatoryIn addition, other factors such as endotoxaemia, sepsis, and fever may contribute to further exaggerate these circulatory abnormalities.Our study describes for the first time the secretory and circulatory changes occurring with the progression of pancreatitis induced by caerulein infusion.Walking is a prevention against heart and circulatory disorders and may lower blood pressure.There was no evidence of neurologic circulatory, or bony injury.Diabetes can cause circulatory problems.Pulse and blood pressure are also important indicators of circulatory status.Diseases of the circulatory system - including heart attacks - are Britain's biggest killer at 295,794 deaths last year.The manometer readings provide the best guide to circulatory volume and thus allow fluid replacement therapy to be accurately calculated.