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She died of a blood clot blockage in her lungs, according to the office of the medical examiner.
Most of the snow was melted or trampled to mud, but here and there a clot of it still showed grey rather than white in the gloom.
Far more serious is the possibility that the clot, or a piece of it, splits off and starts racing round the circulatory system.
Access was via a single ramp, where a human clot formed.
Some organisms, for example, use only six proteins to clot blood-irreducibility reduced.
Clot busting drug reduces number of amputations from severe frostbite.
Though the region with the aneurysm is initially wider than normal, blood swirling in aneurysm can clot.
These materials are prone to infection, clot formation and other complications.
The liquid does not seem to form a conventional blood clot, the group notes.
If that clot is in the vertebral artery system, it can cause a stroke in the brain stem, which can be devastating.
He could have had a blood clot in the lung, called a pulmonary embolism.
Cardiac arrest can occur from a major blood clot in the lung or a heart enlarged from infection or other damage.
She was saved by an experimental clot-busting drug that has now become part of standard therapy.
By the time his legs had stiffened, a blood clot was already tracing a vein into his heart.
Hamlin is recuperating after fracturing his skull, sustaining a blood clot near the brain and bruised brain tissue.
Drug, stent makers collaborate on anti-clot study.
Ischemic stroke occurs when a blood vessel that supplies blood to the brain is blocked by a blood clot.
Deep venous thrombosis is a blood clot in the veins of the lower leg or thigh.
Your doctor may order this test if you have an unexplained blood clot, or a family history of blood clots.
Retinal arteries may become blocked by a blood clot or fat deposits that get stuck in the arteries.
When you bleed, the body launches a series of activities that help the blood clot.
When you bleed, the body launches a series of reactions that help the blood clot.
These drugs make blood platelets less sticky and therefore less likely to form a clot.
Hemophilia refers to a group of bleeding disorders in which it takes a long time for the blood to clot.
In addition to his perforated colon, he had developed deep vein thrombosis, a blood clot that was potentially life-threatening.
Typically, they occur when a blood clot blocks an artery and prevents blood from flowing to the brain.
Bone marrow containing stem cells seeps into the damaged area and forms a clot.
The valves are clot-resistant, but not clot-proof-patients will still need to take blood-thinning drugs.
The device picks up a subtle abnormality in electrical current that occurs when one of the coronary arteries is blocked by a clot.
Others have tried making synthetic vessels out of clot-resistant materials.
After the treatment, the mice produced enough of the protein to make their blood clot normally.
In one of the dogs, a clot formed, and the graft was removed after roughly a week.
Once the catheter was positioned properly, a metallic coil was threaded into the feeder vessel, causing it to clot off.
But it also makes the blood more likely to clot, which raises the heart disease risk.

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