vas·cu·lo·gen·ic .vas-kyə-lō-'je-nik adj caused by disorder or dysfunction of the blood vessels <\vasculogenic impotence>

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vas·cu·lo·gen·ic (vas″ku-lo-jenґik) angiogenic (def. 1).

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