hyaline thrombus

(redirected from agglutinative thrombus)

hy·a·line throm·bus

a translucent colorless plug, partly or wholly filling a capillary or small artery or vein, formed by agglutination of red blood corpuscles.

hyaline thrombus

a transparent mass of hemolyzed erythrocytes.

hyaline thrombus

A thrombus having a glassy appearance, usually occurring in smaller blood vessels.
See also: thrombus
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