thrombolytic

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thrombolytic

 [throm″bo-lit´ik]
1. dissolving or splitting up a thrombus.
2. an agent such as streptokinase or urokinase that dissolves or splits up a thrombus. See also anticoagulant and antithrombotic.

throm·bo·lyt·ic

(throm'bō-lit'ik),
Breaking up or dissolving a thrombus.
Synonym(s): thromboclastic

thrombolytic

/throm·bo·lyt·ic/ (throm″bo-lit´ik) dissolving or splitting up a thrombus, or an agent that so acts.

thrombolytic

[-lit′ik]
Etymology: Gk, thrombos + lysis, a loosening
pertaining to a drug or another agent that dissolves a thrombus.

throm·bo·lyt·ic

(throm'bō-lit'ik)
Breaking up or dissolving a thrombus.
Synonym(s): thromboclastic.

thrombolytic

1. dissolving or splitting up a thrombus.
2. an agent that dissolves or splits up a thrombus.