clottage

clot·tage

(klot'ij),
Obsolete term for blocking of any canal or duct by a blood clot.
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Blood clottage is one of the mechanisms that reduce the loss of blood from damaged blood vessels.
The system was haemorrhaging, clottage was occurring, and circulation needed to be restored.
The market thus represents the institutionalizing of the movement of (monetary) values: lack of movement ("clottage") would be a sign of the profane.