Vessels that sometimes do not have a basal lamina are called A fenestrated

Vessels that sometimes do not have a basal lamina are

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14) Vessels that sometimes do not have a basal lamina are called A) fenestrated capillaries.B) continuous capillaries.C) sinusoidal capillaries.D) lacteals.E) venules.Answer: CSection Title: Histological Organization of Blood VesselsLearning Outcome: 22.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge15) You could expect to find fenestrated capillaries in
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16) Which of the following is a unique mechanism of exchange used by sinusoidal capillaries? 17) A continuous capillary differs from a fenestrated capillary because 18) Which of the following is notone of the four mechanisms responsible for exchange in capillaries and sinusoids? A) diffusion across the capillary endothelial cellsB) diffusion through gaps between adjacent endothelial cellsC) diffusion through the pores in fenestrated capillaries and sinusoidsD) vesicular transport by endothelial cellsE) primary active transportAnswer: ESection Title: Histological Organization of Blood VesselsLearning Outcome: 22.4Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge19) Which of the following is common around joints?
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