Medical Definition of Thrombotic phlegmasia

1. An extreme edematous swelling of the leg following childbirth, due to thrombosis of the iliofemoral veins. Synonym: leukophlegmasia dolens, milk leg, puerperal phlebitis, thrombotic phlegmasia, white leg. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thrombotic Phlegmasia

thromboses
thrombosin
thrombosing
thrombosis
thrombospondin
thrombospondin 1
thrombospondins
thrombostasis
thrombosthenin
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thrombotic disease due to protein c deficiency
thrombotic gangrene
thrombotic hydrocephalus
thrombotic infarct
thrombotic microangiopathy
thrombotic phlegmasia (current term)
thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
thrombotically
thrombotonin
thromboxane
thromboxane-a synthase
thromboxane a2
thromboxane b2
thromboxane dehydrogenase
thromboxanes
thrombozyme
thrombspondin
thrombus
thronal
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