Origin of embolic
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The embolic abscesses vary in size from that of a pea to that of an orange.
The sudden occurrence, course, and result of these kinds of colics also testify to their embolic origin.Parasites
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A source of embolism must also be associated, that these scars may be regarded as of embolic origin.
The embolic softenings of the brain are likewise represented in after years by losses of substance.
An embolic anmia is complete or incomplete according to the terminal or anastomosing character of the obstructed vessel.
- of or relating to an embolus or embolism
- embryol of, relating to, or resulting from invagination
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- Relating to, or caused by an embolus or embolism.
- Relating to emboly.
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