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throm·bi

 (thrŏm′bī)
n.
Plural of thrombus.
Translations

thrombi

pl de thrombus
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Our case objectively highlights the rare occurrence of free floating right heart thrombi and their association with pulmonary embolism and also focuses on the options of management of such thrombi.
Thrombi and primary or metastatic cardiac tumors should be considered in the differential diagnosis of left ventricle (LV) masses.
The thrombi were then categorised as recent or old according to the previously published and histopathologically accepted definitions.
Out of total 119 patients, 06 had thrombi in the Left ventricle and 03 had stroke.
The evolution was slowly improved, he was extubated, and a pulmonary CT angiogram showed multiple bilateral thrombi and a saddle thrombus in the pulmonary artery bifurcation.
4) Free-floating right-sided thrombi seem to be a severe form of venous thromboembolism originating from deep vein thrombosis.
Widespread, organized, and partly organized, layered thrombi were found in the LMCA, Cx, and LAD (Figure 3, Supplementary Movie 5).
4 In a study involving 100 patients with severe MS and AF, 38% had LA thrombi, whereas LA SEC was found in 54% of patients.
TEE revealed LA with dense SEC (Figure 5), low ostial emptying velocities <20cm/sec and LAA with 2 lobes and small thrombi in both lobes (Figure 6) and one filamentous thrombus 16/6mm at the ostium of LAA, few thin thoracic aorta plaques but light SEC.
Intracardiac thrombus formation is an unusual complication of BD,4 however, patients with PAA often have concomitant venous and intracardiac thrombi.