noun, plural throm·bi [throm-bahy] /ˈθrɒm baɪ/. Pathology.
Origin of thrombus
Examples from the Web for thrombus
Oedema of one extremity follows a thrombus in the crural vein.
The softening of the thrombus, on the contrary, is always a source of danger.
If the obstructed vein is superficial, the seat of the thrombus is indicated by the resistance and sensitiveness of the part.
The entire process of which the thrombus is the essential element is designated thrombosis.
When this artery is blocked close to its origin by an embolus or thrombus, total aphasia results.