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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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The cushions become dilated and thrombosed as a result of the loosening of the connective tissues and protrude out of the anal canal, thereby becoming symptomatic and resulting in HD.3,4 There are three main bundles of hemorrhoidal tissue that are located at the left lateral, right anterolateral, and right posterolateral positions.
Duplex ultrasound revealed a 110 x 90 mm partially thrombosed aneurysm adjacent to the upper half of the transplanted kidney.
Also circumscribed skin lesions with desquamation on the margins and thrombosed vessels on their center ("black dots") compatible with warts in regression induced by treatment were included.
On CT images, ULP can be seen as a localized blood-flled pouch protruding from the true lumen into the thrombosed aortic wall, enhancing to the same degree as the aortic lumen after contrast administration (12).
A follow-up ultrasound examination performed one month later showed a smaller and thrombosed pseudoaneurysm with no internal color flow (Figure 4).
Herein, we present a case of malignant melanoma of the anal canal in a patient who presented with multiple metastatic nodules in the liver owing to a misdiagnosis of external thrombosed hemorrhoids 10 months ago.
Compression of the left atrium and ventricle due to 10x11.5 cm descending aorta, including the graft material and the thrombosed pseudolumen, was observed in the computed tomography images (Figure 2a, 2b).
However, banding should never be attempted on external thrombosed hemorrhoids, though.
Neurointerventionist and vascular surgeon were consulted, and both consultants deferred any invasive procedure because of acute cerebrovascular accident (CVA), large area of infarct, and partial recanalization of the previously thrombosed vessel as evidenced in CTA.
According to Tordoir et al., surgical method is superior compared to PTA, in management of thrombosed AVFs but the two methods have same results in management of thrombosed synthetic AVGs [22].