thromboembolus

thromboembolus

thrombotic material transported in the bloodstream to another site to form an embolus.

thromboembolus colic
see thromboembolic colic.
thromboembolus meningoencephalitis
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Ischemic stroke results from an obstruction of arterial blood flow to the brain, most often due to a thromboembolus.
The five Ts are: cardiac taponade, coronary thrombosis (infarct), pulmonary thromboembolus, toxins and tension pneumothorax.
The cause of death in the current case is a large pulmonary thromboembolus (PTE).
A large part of the thromboembolus in the subsequent excision was found to be partially infarcted tumor thrombus (Figure 6).
As suspected, the CT showed a large saddle embolus with characteristics consistent with tumour thromboembolus (Fig.
The aetiology of VBI symptoms can arise from both internal vascular compression such as atherosclerosis, a thromboembolus or arterial dissection as well as from external factors such as mechanical compression from hypertonic musculature, osteophytes, cervical fracture or dislocation and head posture (Huijbregts and Vidal 2004).
1), (2) The sign is due to a thromboembolus of the M1 segment of the MCA.
Surgery complications include infection, venous thromboembolus, hemorrhage, and pain that outlasts the pain from a vaginal delivery.
Histopathologic evaluation revealed an occlusive aortic thromboembolus comprised of laminated fibrin and inflammatory cells admixed with branching septate fungal elements.
No evidence of a saddle pulmonary thromboembolus was noted.