thrombose


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thrombose

(ˈθrɒmbəʊz)
vb
(Pathology) to become or affect with a thrombus
[C19: back formation from thrombosis]

thrombose


Past participle: thrombosed
Gerund: thrombosing

Imperative
thrombose
thrombose
Present
I thrombose
you thrombose
he/she/it thromboses
we thrombose
you thrombose
they thrombose
Preterite
I thrombosed
you thrombosed
he/she/it thrombosed
we thrombosed
you thrombosed
they thrombosed
Present Continuous
I am thrombosing
you are thrombosing
he/she/it is thrombosing
we are thrombosing
you are thrombosing
they are thrombosing
Present Perfect
I have thrombosed
you have thrombosed
he/she/it has thrombosed
we have thrombosed
you have thrombosed
they have thrombosed
Past Continuous
I was thrombosing
you were thrombosing
he/she/it was thrombosing
we were thrombosing
you were thrombosing
they were thrombosing
Past Perfect
I had thrombosed
you had thrombosed
he/she/it had thrombosed
we had thrombosed
you had thrombosed
they had thrombosed
Future
I will thrombose
you will thrombose
he/she/it will thrombose
we will thrombose
you will thrombose
they will thrombose
Future Perfect
I will have thrombosed
you will have thrombosed
he/she/it will have thrombosed
we will have thrombosed
you will have thrombosed
they will have thrombosed
Future Continuous
I will be thrombosing
you will be thrombosing
he/she/it will be thrombosing
we will be thrombosing
you will be thrombosing
they will be thrombosing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been thrombosing
you have been thrombosing
he/she/it has been thrombosing
we have been thrombosing
you have been thrombosing
they have been thrombosing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been thrombosing
you will have been thrombosing
he/she/it will have been thrombosing
we will have been thrombosing
you will have been thrombosing
they will have been thrombosing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been thrombosing
you had been thrombosing
he/she/it had been thrombosing
we had been thrombosing
you had been thrombosing
they had been thrombosing
Conditional
I would thrombose
you would thrombose
he/she/it would thrombose
we would thrombose
you would thrombose
they would thrombose
Past Conditional
I would have thrombosed
you would have thrombosed
he/she/it would have thrombosed
we would have thrombosed
you would have thrombosed
they would have thrombosed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.thrombose - become blocked by a thrombus; "the blood vessel thrombosed"
change state, turn - undergo a transformation or a change of position or action; "We turned from Socialism to Capitalism"; "The people turned against the President when he stole the election"
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Most of femoral pseudoaneurysms smaller than 3 cm in diameter spontaneously thrombose.
Small side-branches arising from the aneurysm may also simultaneously thrombose.
Zur Kenntnis der Thrombose der Koronararterien des Herzens.
Although a varicose vein can thrombose (clot) it is not common in pregnancy.
Er zou 1 molecule aangekocht worden voor gebruik in alle mogelijke indicaties: preventie van veneuze thrombo-embolie bij heelkundige en medische patinten, behandeling van diep-veneuze thrombose, behandeling van onstabiele angor en myocardinfarct en preventie van coagulatie in de extra-corporele circulatie bij hemodialyse.
Cela augmente le risque d'infarctus, d'angine de poitrine et de thrombose.
8) Rarely, such ectasias can thrombose, cause a thrombophlebitis, or even erode the adjacent mandible.
Nous decouvrons avec le Dr House de nouvelles maladies qui existent reellement: syndrome de Cushing, thrombose du cerveau, lymphome, choree de Huntington, etc.
Mucormycosis (ie, Zygomycetes infection) can produce an aggressive gangrenous infection because of its ability to invade directly and thrombose blood vessels, which results in infarction of tissue.
A false aneurysm can usually be confirmed by ultrasound scan (Figure 5) and is resolved by compressing the site of the communication until it thromboses or by Thrombin injection directly into the area, which almost instantly causes it to thrombose (Jones & Taylor, 2006).
Son objectif consiste a fournir a l'equipe du bloc operatoire une comprehension commune de l'operation a venir, ainsi qu'a assurer le bon deroulement des interventions fondees sur des donnees probantes (la prophylaxie antibiotique et la prophylaxie de la thrombose veineuse profonde).