Describe the Structure of Capillary Walls?

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Capillary walls have very thin walls that are comprised only of endothelial cells, that allows substances to move through the wall easily. They are very small in width, measuring 5-10 micrometres. However, their cross-sectional area within the average size muscle is larger than that of the Aorta.
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capillary walls are very thin, often a cell thick. artery walls have two thick layers.
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