CVI chronic venous Insufficiency also called spider veins, or Telangiectasias-can be caused by developmental abnormalities. This is often treated with laser or IPL therapy. There have been medication based treatments available for over 50 years. A Sclerosant medication is injected into the diseased vein so it hardens and eventually shrinks away.
Ring worm can cause a series of red circles near the ankles. This is a condition that can happen to anyone.
The most likely causes are either that your shoes are too tight, or the friction between your shoes and your ankles are causing irritation.
Blushing, rosacea, or broken capillaries all some causes of redness.
The capillaries are in between the red and blue veins :)
Bruises are formed when something hits the surface of your skin very hard. This causes tiny blood vessels, called capillaries to break or burst under the skin, leaking blood under the skin. Thus, causing that purple, red, green, blue, or yellowish color to appear.
the waters causes exocytosis meaning they cells are filled with water
Red itchy bumps on lower legs and ankles can be caused by a number of different things. Contact dermatitis is a condition that can cause a rash when the skin comes into contact with an allergen that causes a reaction, another cause can be ant or chigger bites.
You have hemoglobin in red blood cells. They are 'inside' the capillaries.
A Red Blood Cell will burst in a Hypotonic environment, when too much water flows into the Red Blood Cell, causing to expand and burst.
the red blood cell would burst due to osmotic pressure
Capillaries can be very small and so red blood cells have to be small enough to fit even through the smallest of capillaries.
Both red and white blood cells pass through the capillaries.
The gills are sided by a series of capillaries. Capillaries are small blood vessels. These capillaries are used to transport oxygen from the gills throughout the fish.
The bursting of red blood cells is called hemolysis. After the cells burst, they will eventually just become tissue.
So that white and red blood cells can pass through the capillaries
On the skin, alcohol causes dilation of surface capillaries (tiny blood vessels), resulting in facial flushing and a pinkish-red hue to the cheeks. With chronic use of alcohol, the face and nose will sustain flushing and appear red.
Capillaries are very thin blood vessels. Oxygen and nutrients and hormones can pass through the walls of the capillaries and reach the body's cells, while red blood cells remain in the capillaries.
Yes, The capillaries exchange 02 and CO2 through red blood cells.