thrombus

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A blood clot formed from platelets and other elements; that forms in a blood vessel in a living organism, and causes thrombosis or obstruction of the vessel at its point of formation or travel to other areas of the body
A clot of blood formed of a passage of a vessel and remaining at the site of coagulation
a solid mass formed by the constituents of blood: a clot back to text
A blood clot
Another word for a clot
a clot of blood formed within a blood vessel and remaining attached to its place of origin
A blood clot, when it forms inside the body
blood clot within a blood vessel
= blood clot (coagulated blood) A thrombus can develop by attachment of blood platelets (thrombocytes) to defects in the linings of blood vessels or because of a standstill of the blood flow, often they are mixed
A blood clot found within a blood vessel in a living person (an antemortem blood clot)
{i} blockage, blood clot
A clot occluding a blood vessel or forming in one of the cavities of the heart produced in situ by coagulation of the blood
a clot of blood formed within the heart or a blood vessel, during life
A blood clot attached to the wall of an artery
A plug or clot in a blood vessel or in one of the cavities of the heart, formed by coagulation of the blood
clot formed in blood during life
A tumor produced by the escape of blood into the subcutaneous cellular tissue
a blood clot formed within a blood vessel and remaining attached to its place of origin
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thrombi
plural of thrombus
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    [ 'thräm-b&s ] (noun.) circa 1693. From the Modern Latin thrombus, from the Ancient Greek θρόμβος (thrombos, “lump”, “piece”, “blood clot”, “milk curd”); compare thromb-.

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