thrombosed throm·bosed (thrŏm'bōst, -bōzd)
Of, being, or characterizing a blood vessel that is the seat of thrombosis.
There is no object in doing so, and if it is thrombosed a portion of the clot may be dislodged.
Hauser91 found an aneurismal dilatation of an atheromatous and thrombosed arterial twig in the floor of a recent ulcer.
The next step in the operation is to get well below the point at which the jugular is thrombosed.
The prevalent idea that a thrombosed jugular vein can be felt on palpation as a hard cord extending down the neck is erroneous.
If it be thrombosed it may be assumed that the lower part of the lateral sinus is also thrombosed.
The collateral circulation is able to supply the thrombosed area.
The overlying bone is afterwards removed from below upwards until the thrombosed area is reached.