thromboplastic

[throm-buh-plas-tik]
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adjective Biochemistry.

causing or accelerating blood-clot formation.

Origin of thromboplastic

First recorded in 1910–15; thrombo- + -plastic
Related formsthrom·bo·plas·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for thromboplastic

thromboplastic

adjective

causing or enhancing the formation of a blood clot
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thromboplastic in Medicine

thromboplastic

[thrŏm′bō-plăstĭk]

adj.

Causing or promoting blood clotting.
Of or relating to thromboplastin.
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