He boasted of doing so much drugs that he had enough “running through my circulatory system to sedate Guatemala.”
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Under the arms the heart will be seen; it will be studied as a part of the circulatory system.
Vascular: relating to the blood-vessels or circulatory system.
It had apparently the perivisceral cavity and nephridia of the schematic worm, and a circulatory system.
There is no circulatory system, nor are there any special organs of respiration.
This latter condition usually indicates great weakness on the part of the circulatory system.
A similar difference, quite on a par with this, exists in the circulatory system.
Of the circulatory system:—Myocarditis, Endocarditis, Thrombosis.
The Nervous System is not so well known, so far as its functions are concerned, as the circulatory system or the digestive system.
circulatory system n.
The system of structures, consisting of the heart, blood vessels, and lymphatics, by which blood and lymph are circulated throughout the body. Also called vascular system.
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The system that circulates blood through the body, consisting of the heart and blood vessels. In all vertebrates and certain invertebrates, the circulatory system is completely contained within a network of vessels (known as a closed circulatory system). In arthropods and many other invertebrates, a substance analogous to blood (known as hemolymph) is pumped through vessels that open into the intercellular spaces (in what is known as an open circulatory system). In vertebrates, the lymphatic system is also considered part of the circulatory system.
The system in the body by which blood and lymph are circulated. The parts of the circulatory system include the heart, along with all the arteries, veins, and capillaries. The organs of the lymphatic system are also considered to be part of the circulatory system. Nutrients, oxygen, and other vital substances are carried throughout the body by the blood, which is pumped by rhythmic contractions of the heart. Blood is pumped from the heart to the arteries, which branch into smaller and smaller vessels as they move away from the heart. The blood passes oxygen and nutrients to the cells and picks up waste in the capillaries, then returns to the heart via a system of veins.