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thrombosed

(ˈθrɒmbəʊzd)
adj
affected with a thrombus or blood clot
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.thrombosed - affected with or obstructed by a clot of coagulated blood
obstructed - shut off to passage or view or hindered from action; "a partially obstructed passageway"; "an obstructed view"; "justice obstructed is not justice"
Translations

throm·bosed

a. trombosado-a, rel. a un vaso sanguíneo que contiene un trombo.
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Consequently, a chest computed tomography with contrast was ordered, revealing a partially thrombosed Kommerell diverticulum in the aberrant right subclavian artery (Fig.
The exceptions in the hemorrhoid realm are external thrombosed hemorrhoids, which are exceedingly painful but also readily identifiable, and incarcerated hemorrhoids, which are quite rare.
She said the AngioJet system was a pharmacomechanical peripheral device with active aspiration and power pulse lytic delivery designed to treat a wide range of thrombosed vessels, rapidly restoring blood flow.
He had coronary artery disease with a thrombosed stent demonstrated by coronary angiography just 8 days before he passed away at home.
b) Intraoperative view of thrombosed radial artery aneurysm.
TPM attempted under fluoroscopy through subclavian vein but wires couldn't be crossed as vein was thrombosed and procedure abandoned.
Exclusion criteria included previous hemorrhoidal surgery; acute thrombosed hemorrhoid; pregnancy; Crohn's disease; neuromuscular disorders causing anal incontinence; previous rectal surgery due to tumor involvement or presence of concomitant perianal abscess; fistula and colorectal or anal carcinoma.
9%) who had relapsed in less than 60 days, 15 patients (68%) were noticed an exuberance of thrombosed vessels during surgery, with matching patients with short time to relapse.
5 In our case both curvilinear and coarse calcifications were seen in a thrombosed cystically dilated vascular channel suggesting longstanding duration of the lesion (Fig.
Magnetic resonance imaging of the abdomen and pelvis demonstrated dilated, thick-walled, thrombosed testicular vein with increased intraluminal signaling in the right spermatic cord in axial T1A-weighted fat-suppressed images, with normal other organ findings (Fig.
4%) patients had thrombosis of splanchnic vasculature, of which the most frequently thrombosed vessel was the splenic vein, in 17(70.
Nonetheless, perigraft infection, air densities within the perigraft soft tissue and the main body of the tubular graft, and the thrombosed limb graft were observed.