Pronunciation: throm′bŭs, -bī
Definition: A clot in the cardiovascular systems formed during life from constituents of blood; it may be occlusive or attached to the vessel or heart wall without obstructing the lumen (mural thrombus).
[L. fr. G. thrombos, a clot]
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