microvesicle


microvesicle
A fluid-filled space formed within the epidermis that is too small to be recognized as a blister.

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mi·cro·ves·i·cle -'ves-i-kəl n a very small vesicle <nerve endings characterized by the presence of \microvesicles (J. J. Nordmann)>

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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