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verb as in coagulate

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There is a clot that forms and blood can’t get to the heart, and your heart muscle dies.

No cases of blood clots are expected in older men, and two cases in every million doses are expected for women 50 and older.

Johnson & Johnson presented data on two other cases of clots in people who received the vaccine during a clinical trial, one of whom was a 25-year-old man with a hallmark of the symptoms.

She has had three surgeries to remove blood clots in her brain and her condition is slowly improving, he said.

Studies suggest that some inoculated people develop an immune response that attacks a protein called platelet factor 4 or PF4, which makes platelets form clots.

Surgeons drilled a small hole in his skull and removed the blood clot.

And so far I see scant evidence that anything changed after she suffered a blood clot in December 2012.

That led to a blood clot forming between her brain and skull.

I had triple the normal rate of venous thromboembolism—a blood clot forming disorder—and an elevated risk for male breast cancer.

The result is a rapidly enlarging blood clot, called a hematoma.

Dugung nagpúgul sa inunlan, Placenta filled with a big clot of blood.

A clot is simply a mass of fibrin threads with a large number of corpuscles tangled within.

He was as one lost, as helpless in the crush of whirling humanity as a wind-driven clot of foam on a storm-tossed sea.

There was a clot of seaweed at his wrist, and the soles of his feet and one up-turned palm were grayish and shriveled.

It was a completely unforeseeable thing—a blood clot broke loose in a vein, and lodged in his brain.


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On this page you'll find 74 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clot, such as: clotting, clump, lump, array, batch, and battery.

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