Surgeons drilled a small hole in his skull and removed the blood clot.
Doctors initially thought Ryan had a blood clot, but an infectious-disease doctor identified the true problem.
I had triple the normal rate of venous thromboembolism—a blood clot forming disorder—and an elevated risk for male breast cancer.
Last month for example, Clinton had to postpone her appearance after she took a fall and a blood clot formed near her skull.
And so far I see scant evidence that anything changed after she suffered a blood clot in December 2012.
Probably the most frequent cause is found in plugging, or occlusion, of the arteries by a blood clot.
The bursting of a blood vessel in the brain may let a blood clot form and press on the nerves which govern the arm or the leg.
He had a blood clot, so he left her with two babies and one on the way.
He decided to leave his hand unbandaged, letting it bleed as much as it would and the blood clot naturally.
It was a completely unforeseeable thing—a blood clot broke loose in a vein, and lodged in his brain.
blood clot n.
A semisolid, gelatinous mass of coagulated blood that consists of red blood cells, white blood cells, and platelets in a fibrin network.