phlebolith

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phlebolith

 [fleb´o-lith]
a calculus in a vein.
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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]
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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]
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phlebolith

A stone (calculus) in a vein.
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phleb·o·lith

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