The thrombi grow by accretion in the direction of the heart.
Thrombi, in some instances, soften in their centers, and are then observed to contain a puslike substance.
Thrombi from dilatation are met with both in dilated arteries and veins.
The danger of this is greatly increased by infection, which breaks down the thrombi in the veins and arteries.
Thrombi from compression ...