Definition of 'thrombosis'
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He had deep vein thrombosis from injecting himself in the groin with drugs. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You may also hear people talk of a "coronary" or " coronary thrombosis". Coping with Angina (1990)But being cramped can increase the risk of deep vein thrombosis. The Sun (2006)And there is a higher risk of deep vein thrombosis. The Sun (2011)This may lead to problems such as deep vein thrombosis which are more likely the older you get. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Her daft garb was so uncomfortable it brought on the early stages of the potentially deadly deep vein thrombosis. The Sun (2010)The swelling had caused the thrombosis. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The term " coronary thrombosis' means that the coronary artery is blocked by a blood clot. Coping with Angina (1990)The cause of death was usually given as cerebral thrombosis, or stroke. Times, Sunday Times (2013)There's the danger of complications like deep vein thrombosis. The Sun (2012)Just make sure all that sitting around doesn't give you a deep vein thrombosis. The Sun (2011)He probably suffered from kidney disease, coronary problems and deep vein thrombosis. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Being forced to retire prematurely at 31 because of a deep vein thrombosis after knee surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Last night her mother demanded tough restrictions on its use after an inquest said there was a link between the drug and fatal deep vein thrombosis. The Sun (2009)It also makes those that are already there more stable and less likely to rupture, and thereby reduces the chance of a coronary thrombosis. Times, Sunday Times (2008) Deep vein thrombosis: Now this is dangerous. The Sun (2008)Strokes are also more likely, because blood thickens in cold weather, increasing the risk of coronary and cerebral thrombosis. The Sun (2010)The results showed that taking the Pill increased the risk of suffering thrombosis fivefold compared with women not on the Pill. Times, Sunday Times (2009)She said: 'There can be problems such as infections and deep vein thrombosis which are linked to almost any kind of operation. The Sun (2014)The underlying factors that caused the thrombosis, or thickening of the blood, remain and he will have to manage these for the rest of his life. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
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