Definition of Thrombi

1. Noun. (plural of thrombus) ¹



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Definition of Thrombi

1. thrombus [n] - See also: thrombus

Medical Definition of Thrombi

1. Plural of thrombus. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thrombi

throe
throed
throeing
throes
thromb-
thromb-endarterectomy
thrombase
thrombasthenia
thrombectomies
thrombectomy
thrombelastography
thrombendarterectomy
thrombendarteriectomies
thrombendarteriectomy
thrombendoarterectomy
thrombi (current term)
thrombin
thrombin time
thrombinogen
thrombinogenesis
thrombins
thrombo-
thrombo-end-arterectomy
thrombo-endarterectomy
thrombo-endarteriectomy
thrombo-endo-arteriectomy
thrombo-endoarterectomy
thromboangiitis
thromboangiitis obliterans
thromboarteritis

Literary usage of Thrombi

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1. A Treatise on the principles and practice of medicine: Designed for the Use by Austin Flint (1881)
"These infectious thrombi form in diseases characterized by ... Sometimes the thrombi in varices become impregnated with the salts of lime and form ..."

2. Diseases of the Heart and Arterial System: Designed to be a Practical by Robert Hall Babcock (1909)
"Like vascular thrombi, some of them undergo organization, and when attached to the inner surface of the heart-wall by a pedicle are known as pedunculated ..."

3. Diseases of the Heart and Arterial System: Designed to be a Practical by Robert Hall Babcock (1905)
"Like vascular thrombi, some of them undergo organization, and when attached ... Others, called ball-thrombi, have either become detached from their pedicle, ..."

4. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1886)
"white thrombi, more particularly the superficial parts of them in contact with ... The observation that these white thrombi consisted of blood-plaques was ..."

5. Diseases of the heart and arterial system: Designed to be a Practical by Robert Hall Babcock (1907)
"Like vascular thrombi, some of them undergo organization, and when attached ... Others, called ball-thrombi, have either become detached from their pedicle, ..."

6. Chemical Pathology by Harry Gideon Wells (1907)
"formed of red corpuscles, these thrombi do not stain at all like normal ... Flex- ner1 first appreciated the nature of these thrombi as originating from ..."

7. Therapeutic Gazette (1891)
"Thus, for instance, in certain aortic aneurisms treated by galvano-puncture white thrombi have been noticed developed at the points punctured by the needles ..."

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