embolize


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embolize

(ˈɛmbəˌlaɪz) or

embolise

vb
(Pathology) (tr) to cause embolism in (a blood vessel)
ˌemboliˈzation, ˌemboliˈsation n

embolize


Past participle: embolized
Gerund: embolizing

Imperative
embolize
embolize
Present
I embolize
you embolize
he/she/it embolizes
we embolize
you embolize
they embolize
Preterite
I embolized
you embolized
he/she/it embolized
we embolized
you embolized
they embolized
Present Continuous
I am embolizing
you are embolizing
he/she/it is embolizing
we are embolizing
you are embolizing
they are embolizing
Present Perfect
I have embolized
you have embolized
he/she/it has embolized
we have embolized
you have embolized
they have embolized
Past Continuous
I was embolizing
you were embolizing
he/she/it was embolizing
we were embolizing
you were embolizing
they were embolizing
Past Perfect
I had embolized
you had embolized
he/she/it had embolized
we had embolized
you had embolized
they had embolized
Future
I will embolize
you will embolize
he/she/it will embolize
we will embolize
you will embolize
they will embolize
Future Perfect
I will have embolized
you will have embolized
he/she/it will have embolized
we will have embolized
you will have embolized
they will have embolized
Future Continuous
I will be embolizing
you will be embolizing
he/she/it will be embolizing
we will be embolizing
you will be embolizing
they will be embolizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been embolizing
you have been embolizing
he/she/it has been embolizing
we have been embolizing
you have been embolizing
they have been embolizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been embolizing
you will have been embolizing
he/she/it will have been embolizing
we will have been embolizing
you will have been embolizing
they will have been embolizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been embolizing
you had been embolizing
he/she/it had been embolizing
we had been embolizing
you had been embolizing
they had been embolizing
Conditional
I would embolize
you would embolize
he/she/it would embolize
we would embolize
you would embolize
they would embolize
Past Conditional
I would have embolized
you would have embolized
he/she/it would have embolized
we would have embolized
you would have embolized
they would have embolized
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In this case, we were able to utilize this balloon occlusion technique to embolize an unselectable obturator artery in the setting of pelvic trauma.
This incident three months prior was immediately followed with interventional radiology-guided mesenteric angiography and the use of multiple coils to embolize the anterior division of the pancreaticoduodenal arcade.
The inciting event causing a venous thrombus to detach and embolize is often unknown [8], but can be associated with clot propagating maneuvers, as there have been case reports citing tourniquet placement as the initiator of clot migration [5].
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