Talk:Sinusoid (blood vessel)

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Partly Taken From Dr. Moore's Handout Ross University School of Medicine Sept. 2005. (Comment moved from article by   Andreas   (T) 16:01, 22 May 2006 (UTC))

But sinusoids themselves aren't drawn in the image from Gray's anatomy?[edit]

It seems to me they aren't drawn in the image.


"Sinusoid" caption in this picture should have a meaning close to "sinusoid space", if I'm not mistaken. It was rather hard to understand the structure of the lobule and the sinusoids' role in it from the Gray's image. This page has great images taken at different magnification. It'd be great to have several images with different magnifications in the WikiCommons, to present them one by one to the reader so he can get an idea of a sinusoid vessel. --CopperKettle 08:14, 27 August 2006 (UTC)


Can someone who knows what they're doing possibly fix up the last few sentences? They're more than a little off tone for Wikipedia, and I'm not 100% clear what they're trying to say (hence not doing it myself). (talk) 16:25, 2 July 2011 (UTC)