blood-filled


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Adj.1.blood-filled - containing blood; "the blood-filled centers of arteries and veins"
bloody - having or covered with or accompanied by blood; "a bloody nose"; "your scarf is all bloody"; "the effects will be violent and probably bloody"; "a bloody fight"
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utm_source=tiEmbed&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=t119406162&st=3&topicid=119406162) an episode titled "Parasites," Bahn said that the young Asian male claimed to have suffered from blood-filled diarrhea before saying: "I really want to get treated for worms.
Mr Smithers suffered two facial fractures and a blood-filled swelling to the back of his head in 2015.
In some cases, the lump is not cancerous and may be a hematoma, which is a blood-filled swelling.
The subject of the public contract is: (a) supply of blood-filled and blood-plate-forming bags - triple the number of 25 200 pieces, - 4 pcs in 48 000 pieces, - mixing bag for buffy-coat platelet production of 3600 units, - thrombocyte retention solution of 3600 units; b) free borrowing and installation of 3-5 pcs (according to press capacity) of a new automatic press for processing / separation of collected blood and buffy coat for working with blood bags with upper / lower outlet / (the client specifies the need for processing on 100 blood during 2.
It also showed multiple sinusoidal blood-filled spaces devoid of endothelial lining and surrounded by fibrocellular stroma.
One concerned resident said: "There have been multiple occasions when we've had to navigate past used needles and blood-filled syringes.
Histopathology revealed multiple blood-filled cystic spaces with adjoining cellular spindle shaped fibroblastic proliferation interspersed by multinucleate giant cells, hemosiderin laden macrophages.
The child told the court O'Neil was clearly under the influence of drugs and was surrounded by drug paraphernalia when he found her in the living room with a blood-filled syringe stuck in her leg.
Complications of hypertension include stroke, congestive heart failure, heart attack, atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), aneurysm (a localized, blood-filled bulge in the wall of a blood vessel), kidney disease, disease of the retina, blood vessel rupture and weakened memory and mental ability.
Angiosarcoma is an uncommon malignant neoplasm characterized by rapidly proliferating, extensively infiltrating anaplastic cells derived from blood vessels and lining irregular blood-filled spaces.
She researched her condition and discovered the noncancerous, blood-filled lumps are two to three times more common in Afro-Caribbean women.
I want the truth of our own history, especially Southern history, which needs to be told from the blood-filled soil and up.