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throm·bo·ses

(throm-bō'sēz),
Plural of thrombosis.

thrombosis

[thrombō′sis] pl. thromboses,
an abnormal condition in which a clot (thrombus) develops within a blood vessel. See also blood clotting. thrombotic, adj.
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2,10,12,13) Reports of patients with PICC-associated thromboses suggest that only a small minority of these patients experience symptoms related to the thrombosis.
Mean HCT <36% >36% Number of patients 20 10 Number of patient months 216 118 % AVFs 60% 60% % grafts 40% 40% Number of thromboses 5 4 Thrombosis rate 2.
His findings "strongly suggest SPS to be a common cause of arterial and venous thromboses and a workup for SPS should be considered a routine assay in the workup of individuals with otherwise unexplained arterial or venous thrombotic events.
Portal and mesenteric vein thromboses in a patient with prothrombin G20210 mutation, elevated lipoprotein (a), and high factor VIII.
Almost half of the stent thromboses occurred a year or more after stent placement while patients were still on dual antiplatelet therapy, which suggests that extended treatment with aspirin and clopidogrel provides only partial, long-term protection, said Dr.
Abstract: We describe the case of a 33-year-old African-American male who presented with multiple deep venous thromboses of the upper and lower extremities.
To date, there have been no reported late stent thromboses with the Endeavor stent in 700 patients who have 12-month or longer follow-up.