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atherothrombosis

Definitions

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  • noun medicine The sudden disruption of an atherosclerotic plaque or lesion

Etymologies

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athero- +‎ thrombosis

Examples

  • COX-2 inhibitors have been found to have serious cardiovascular effects, increasing the risk of atherothrombosis even with short-term use.

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  • COX-2 inhibitors have been found to have serious cardiovascular effects, increasing the risk of atherothrombosis even with short-term use.

    Dr. Andrew Lange: What to Do About Arthritis, Part 2: Some Things You May Not Know About Treatment

  • In the absence of weight loss, the high fat Atkins diet is associated with increased LDL-C, reduced endothelial vasoreactivity and increased expression of biomarkers of atherothrombosis.

    Does the Atkins diet damage blood vessels? | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Am J Med 121: S15-20. van Leuven SI, Franssen R, Kastelein JJ, Levi M, Stroes ES, et al. (2008) Systemic inflammation as a risk factor for atherothrombosis.

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  • Several recent studies have demonstrated that patients with atherothrombosis who experience bleeding may be at increased risk for long-term adverse ischemic events.

    theHeart.org

  • Several recent studies have demonstrated that patients with atherothrombosis who experience bleeding may be at increased risk for long-term adverse ischemic events.

    theHeart.org

  • Several recent studies have demonstrated that patients with atherothrombosis who experience bleeding may be at increased risk for long-term adverse ischemic events.

    theHeart.org

  • Several recent studies have demonstrated that patients with atherothrombosis who experience bleeding may be at increased risk for long-term adverse ischemic events.

    theHeart.org

  • Drs. Berger, Mehta, Simon, Steg, and White discuss. "title =" Several recent studies have demonstrated that patients with atherothrombosis who experience bleeding may be at increased risk for long-term adverse ischemic events.

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  • Drs. Berger, Mehta, Simon, Steg, and White discuss. "title =" Several recent studies have demonstrated that patients with atherothrombosis who experience bleeding may be at increased risk for long-term adverse ischemic events.

    theHeart.org

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