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The motion or passage of bloodstream cells, particularly white-blood cells, through undamaged capillary walls into surrounding human anatomy muscle.
The migration of blood cells (especially leucocytes) through the undamaged wall space of arteries into the surrounding tissue
The passing of the corpuscular aspects of the blood through the bloodstream to the surrounding cells, without rupture of walls for the arteries.
The oozing associated with the blood-corpuscles through the wall space associated with the blood-vessels without noticeable rupture.
passage of blood cells (especially white-blood cells) through intact capillary walls and to the surrounding tissue
The activity or passage of bloodstream cells, specially white-blood cells, through intact capillary walls into surrounding body tissue.
The migration of bloodstream cells (especially leucocytes) through the intact wall space of blood vessels in to the surrounding structure
The passage of the corpuscular elements of the bloodstream from bloodstream in to the surrounding areas, without rupture associated with walls associated with blood vessels.
The oozing associated with blood-corpuscles through the walls associated with the blood-vessels without visible rupture.
passing of bloodstream cells (especially white blood cells) through intact capillary walls and into the surrounding tissue
Definition for "diapedesis"
The motion or passage of bloodstream cells, particularly…
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