Medical Definition of Hyaline thrombus

1. A translucent colourless plug, partly or wholly filling a capillary or small artery or vein, formed by agglutination of red blood corpuscles. Synonym: agglutinative thrombus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hyaline Thrombus

hyalescent
hyalin
hyalinasis cutis et mucosae
hyaline
hyaline bodies
hyaline bodies of pituitary
hyaline cartilage
hyaline cast
hyaline degeneration
hyaline degeneration of the elastic tissue of the arterial wall
hyaline leukocyte
hyaline membrane disease
hyaline membrane disease of the newborn
hyaline membrane syndrome
hyaline thrombus (current term)
hyaline tubercle
hyalines
hyalinisation
hyalinization
hyalinosis
hyalins
hyalinuria
hyalite
hyalites
hyalitis
hyalo-
hyalobiuronic acid
hyalocapsular ligament
hyaloclastite

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