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1974), Grayson et al. (1974), and Phillips et al. (1979), but the vascular pattern formed by the mic­ rovessels between a distributing arteriole and a collecting venule in cardiac muscle has not been described. Certain aspects of the coronary vascular distribu­ tion have been observed using the various methods, and selected portions are repeated here. Venous vessels appear most prominently on the outer surface of the heart in association with densely-packed capillary networks. The capillaries, which are quite long, run parallel to the myocardial muscle fibers and show short intercon­ nections which are similar to those seen in skeletal muscle.

The venous pattern of the submucosa is similar to the arterial pattern. Veins from the mucosa run perpendicularly into the submucosa and therefore appear as round dots when viewed through the submucosa. The diameter of these venous vessels is 30-50 μπι. They empty into veins in the submucosa to form the submucosal venous plexus, and they are interconnected in the same way as the arterial vessels that form the arterial plexus. As the veins leave the submucosa, branches from veins of the muscle layer join them.

This type of examination has been used for the purpose of diagnosis for imminent disease states such as hypertension and diabetes in human patients (see Davis and Landau, 1966; Ditzel and Heuer, 1975). Pure descriptive material relative to the vascular pattern and activity of the vessels comes also from nonclinical studies. Lee and Holze (1950), responding to the new and stimulating findings of Chambers and Zweifach (1944) in the microcirculation of the mesentery and 54 3. Microvasculature of Specific Organs and Tissues omentum of rats and dogs, studied the arrangement of terminal arterioles, capillaries, and venules in the human conjunctiva and found the pattern to be very similar to that of animals.

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