1. of or relating to an embolism or embolus
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How To Use embolic In A Sentence

  • The critical measures of checking the blood-supply arteries exactly and completely and embolizing reliably with appropriate embolic material can control hemorrhage and decrease recurrence effectively.
  • Other risks of taking long-term HRT range from liver and kidney disease to gallstones, to elevated blood pressure, varicose veins and thromboembolic problems. Healing the Female Heart
  • But according to the July 5, 2000, memo, patients on Vioxx actually had 27 more serious "thromboembolic events" such as heart attacks and strokes than those on naproxen. New Vioxx Revelations Medical Journal Casts New Glare On Vioxx Study
  • Aquests dies estic embolicat amb el meu nou web professional. El meu web professional, danielgil.info | [bauen]
  • Much effort and research has been devoted to venous thromboembolic disease since then and through the efforts of the American College of Chest Physicians guidelines on virtually every aspect of DVT and PE appear with some regularity and are widely quoted. Archive 2009-01-01
  • The recurrence of fever after an initial defervescence suggests a septic or nonseptic embolic event, a drug hypersensitivity reaction or the emergence of a resistant strain.
  • The finding of one or more segmental or larger perfusion defects is a sensitive marker of embolic obstruction.
  • The patients most at risk from stroke are those with a history of thromboembolic disease, diabetes, hypertension, and cardiac failure and those female patients more than 75 years old.
  • Rather than regarding pulmonary embolism as a simple binary disease, the emphasis in patient outcome studies should be the thromboembolic event rate in patients not initially treated for thromboembolic disease.
  • We identified nine cohort studies of serum cholesterol concentration and stroke that distinguished thromboembolic and haemorrhagic strokes using computed tomography or postmortem findings.
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