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it just me that considers it unlikely that fenestrated capillaries are called after the german word for window (which would be capitalised, anyway), and not the latin word for window: fenestra? This
They are located in the feet and hands
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I can't believe this entire article was destroyed. However, I know that people can reverse edits. I, at this time, do not know how to do this. Please someone fix this!
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Fixed. Please see
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the sub-section might benefit from
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