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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B: Duplex ultrasonography could detect a large and organized thrombus in the vena femoralis communis (VFC) and Vena femoralis superficialis on the right side.
By contrast, organized thrombus or tumour emboli cannot cross the pulmonary circulation.
Stents that are designed to reconstruct the parent vessel, slow flow within the aneurismal sac and physiologically seal the aneurysm by allowing an organized thrombus to form, have already been launched in Europe with many in advanced clinical trials stages with promising results.