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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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To the best of our knowledge, multiorgan thromboses, as a presentation of HES especially associated with intestinal obstruction, is rare and have only been reported by Kobayashi et al.
Family history was negative for frequent abortionsor vascular thromboses.
It is interesting to note that the venous thromboses in these cases were in close anatomic relation with active sarcoidosis, ie, mural thrombus in myocardial sarcoidosis, dural vein thrombosis in neurosarcoidosis, and right brochiocephalic vein in mediastinal disease.
OPTIMIST involved 110 patients who experienced 120 stent thromboses, making this the largest-ever single series of patients with angiographically defined stent thrombosis ever reported, according to Dr.
Acute and chronic deep vein thromboses have similar symptoms but radically different potential complications, cost and treatment protocols.
of the Sutter Roseville Medical Center's Nuclear Medicine Department in Roseville, CA, and clinical investigator of AcuTect added, "Acute and chronic deep vein thromboses have similar symptoms but radically different potential complications, cost and treatment protocols.