phlebolith


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phlebolith

 [fleb´o-lith]
a calculus in a vein.

phleb·o·lith

(fleb'ō-lith),
A calcific deposit in a venous wall or thrombus; commonly seen on abdominal radiographs in the lower pelvic region.
Synonym(s): phlebolite, vein stone
[phlebo- + G. lithos, stone]

phleb·o·lith

(fleb'ō-lith)
A calcific deposit in a venous wall or thrombus; commonly seen on abdominal radiographs in the lower pelvic region.
[G. phlebo, vein + G. lithos, stone]

phlebolith

A stone (calculus) in a vein.

phleb·o·lith

(fleb'ō-lith)
Calcific deposit in a venous wall or thrombus.
[G. phlebo, vein + G. lithos, stone]

phlebolith (fleb´ōlith),

n a calcified thrombus in a vein.

phlebolith

a venous calculus or concretion.
References in periodicals archive ?
11) By definition, these multiple enchondromas are associated with soft tissue swelling and calcifications and phleboliths, which are typical of hemangiomas.
MDCT allows for more accurate tracing of the ureter and differentiation from phleboliths.
UroCARE enables the display of the entire collecting system as a 3-D pyelogram, which urologists are accustomed to reviewing for the detection of filling defects and to separate phleboliths from stones.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of venous malformations may show phleboliths, calcifications commonly found in venous malformations.
In fact, radiographs of the hands and feet are often pathognomonic in Maffucci syndrome, showing multiple soft tissue masses containing phleboliths in addition to the multiple enchondromas (14).