I know that there exist Continuous capillaries (skeletal muscle, adipose tissue, connective tissue, pulmonary circulation), Fenestrated capillaries (small intestine, renal glomerulus, exocrine glands), and Discontinuous capillaries (sinusoids; liver, spleen, bone marrow and hypophysis).
However, I am not sure how to characterise these. The diameter of capillaries is different for each. I have not managed to find any figure which present the relationship of diameter of these capillaries. I have reviewed books Guyton, Pocock and Lange.
What are the diameters of capillaries in different organs?