organized thrombus


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organized thrombus

A thrombus containing fibrous tissue that may be structured into layers. Tiny blood vessels may course through the clot.
See also: thrombus
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(A) Circumflex layered massive organized thrombus in the left main coronary artery (LMCA) covering the ostium of the circumflex (CX) and left anterior descending coronary artery (LAD) (B).
B: Duplex ultrasonography could detect a large and organized thrombus in the vena femoralis communis (VFC) and Vena femoralis superficialis on the right side.
Incomplete Compression: This is due to intimal thickening in a re canalized vein or less commonly persistent venous occlusion by organized thrombus. In the former circumstance, the vein is seen to compress so that the re canalized lumen is obliterated.
An arteriogram (Figure 5) percutaneous AngioJet thrombectomy, and balloon angioplasty were only partially successful in removing the organized thrombus. Left femoral-popliteal bypass surgery was then performed successfully.
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