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Origin of embolism
OTHER WORDS FROM embolismem·bo·lis·mic, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for embolism
My own physician, Doctor Chesnard, has just been here and suggests that it is an embolism.Two banks of the Seine|Fernand Vandrem
The symptoms of embolism, like those of arterial thrombosis, are primarily due to anmia.
Hemiplegia is usually the result of a cerebral hemorrhage or embolism.Philosophy of Osteopathy|Andrew T. Still
A third condition constantly found is embolism of the capillaries by the bacillus and the occurrence of local gangrene.
Such thrombi are likely to become continued and to serve as a frequent source of embolism.
British Dictionary definitions for embolism
Derived forms of embolismembolismic, adjective
Word Origin for embolism
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Cultural definitions for embolism
An obstruction or occlusion of a blood vessel by an air bubble, a detached blood clot, or a foreign body.