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the formation or presence of a thrombus (a clot of coagulated blood attached at the site of its formation) in a blood vessel

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4,5] Several studies demonstrated that the prothrombin gene mutation had no effect on arterial thrombosis, [6-9] although some authors suggested that the prothrombin G20210A mutation was weakly associated with some arterial thrombosis [4,10,11] Mueller et al.
This is important in protecting against arterial thrombosis, but far less so for venous thrombosis.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Arterial Thrombosis
Angiography is the gold standard diagnostic study for both acute and chronic arterial thrombosis [8].
The possibility of arterial thrombosis led to the further diagnostic work-up towards CT angiography.
The factors which cause to arterial thrombosis in the neonatal period are examined in three main groups: 1) hereditary thrombophilia, 2) presence of prenatal risk factors (asphxia, diabetes in the mother, polystemia, sepsis, intravascular catheter applications), 3) syndromes with low cardiac output.
GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Arterial Thrombosis Global Clinical Trials Review, H2, 2014" provides data on the Arterial Thrombosis clinical trial scenario.
The incidence of arterial thrombosis was also significantly higher in women undergoing chemotherapy with tamoxifen compared with those receiving chemotherapy alone (1.
Venous thrombosis and, less commonly, arterial thrombosis is thought to be primarily related to erythrocytosis and iron deficiency anaemia in these patients, whereas Agapito et al.
These properties may explain the lack of pain, spasm and more serious morbidity associated with the intra-arterial injection of less water-soluble, alkaline or high tonicity drugs, which may result in vasoconstriction, crystal formation and subsequent arterial thrombosis (1).
Other reported medical events included hemorrhage, venous thrombosis, gastrointestinal perforation, and arterial thrombosis.
As SPS is a common disorder that can be effectively treated with 100 mg/d aspirin, it should be considered in the differential diagnosis of patients with unexplained venous or arterial thrombosis.
The couple also narrowly escaped kidnap in May 2011, after coming back to the UK for Neil to get hospital treatment for arterial thrombosis.
The things that make it different in the rate of venous thrombosis are much broader than what makes it different in arterial thrombosis.
It is associated with cerebral vein thrombosis (6) and ischemic stroke (7, 8, 9), the recurrence of DVT's following discontinuation of anticoagulant therapy and arterial thrombosis (10, 11), multiple hepatic infarctions (12), thrombophilia in pregnancy (10), and portal-splenic-mesenteric venous thrombosis (13, 14).