thrombolysis

[throm-bol-uh-sis]

Origin of thrombolysis

probably earlier than 1960–65; thrombo- + -lysis
Also called thromboclasis.
Related formsthrom·bo·lyt·ic [throm-buh-lit-ik] /ˌθrɒm bəˈlɪt ɪk/, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for thrombolysis

thrombolysis

noun
  1. the breaking up of a blood clot
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thrombolysis in Medicine

thrombolysis

[thrŏm-bŏlĭ-sĭs]
n. pl. throm•bol•y•ses (-sēz)
  1. Dissolution or destruction of a thrombus.thromboclasis
Related formsthrom′bo•lytic (-bə-lĭtĭk) adj.
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