Capillary vs Choriocapillaris - What's the difference?

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In anatomy|lang=en terms the difference between capillary and choriocapillaris

is that capillary is (anatomy) any of the small blood vessels that connect arteries to veins while choriocapillaris is (anatomy) the capillary layer of the choroid of the eye.

As nouns the difference between capillary and choriocapillaris

is that capillary is a narrow tube while choriocapillaris is (anatomy) the capillary layer of the choroid of the eye.

As an adjective capillary

is of or pertaining to hair.

capillary

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • of or pertaining to hair
  • pertaining to a narrow tube
  • Noun

    (capillaries)
  • A narrow tube
  • (anatomy) Any of the small blood vessels that connect arteries to veins
  • Derived terms

    * capillarity * capillary action * capillary wave

    See also

    * artery * circulatory system * vein

    choriocapillaris

    English

    Noun

  • (anatomy) The capillary layer of the choroid of the eye