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  • noun Plural form of thrombosis.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of thrombose.

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Examples

  • The big concern with these deep venous thromboses, which is essentially a clot in one of the veins in your leg, is that sometimes it can break off and actually travel through your blood vessels and end up in your lungs.

    CNN Transcript Mar 5, 2007

  • Venous thromboses, VTs for short, sometimes happen in adults who are confined to bed or a sitting position without being able to move about; they are a known danger on long airplane flights.

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  • Venous thromboses, VTs for short, sometimes happen in adults who are confined to bed or a sitting position without being able to move about; they are a known danger on long airplane flights.

    SUPERBUG

  • Venous thromboses, VTs for short, sometimes happen in adults who are confined to bed or a sitting position without being able to move about; they are a known danger on long airplane flights.

    SUPERBUG

  • Cold exposure causes an increase in blood pressure and hemoconcentration resulting from fluid shifts, leading to coronary thromboses one to two days after cold exposure.

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  • Often, this goes along with a family history of deep vein thromboses and clots going to the lungs called pulmonary emboli.

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  • The agency, however, said "presently there are insufficient data available to adequately evaluate rates of very late stent thromboses after one year post-implantation," which is a key safety concern for drug-coated stents.

    FDA Panel to Review Abbott Data

  • Often, this goes along with a family history of deep vein thromboses and clots going to the lungs called pulmonary emboli.

    You Staying Young

  • Often, this goes along with a family history of deep vein thromboses and clots going to the lungs called pulmonary emboli.

    You Staying Young

  • Some 10% of patients on the drug had deep-vein thromboses, a dangerous blood clot, and 5.6% had pulmonary embolisms, a blood clot in the main artery affecting the lungs.

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