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Dr. Vivek Nama
Obstetrics & Gynecology. 119(5):967-974, May 2012
In this video, capillaries are seen as the red blood cells move within them under a video microscope. Only the “capillary caps” are seen, as the capillaries are perpendicular to the skin. See the related article by Nama, et al.