Medical Definition of Agglutinative thrombus

1. A translucent colourless plug, partly or wholly filling a capillary or small artery or vein, formed by agglutination of red blood corpuscles. Synonym: agglutinative thrombus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Agglutinative Thrombus

agglutin
agglutinability
agglutinable
agglutinant
agglutinants
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agglutinated
agglutinates
agglutinating
agglutinating activity
agglutinating antibody
agglutination test
agglutinations
agglutinative
agglutinative thrombus (current term)
agglutinatively
agglutinin
agglutinins
agglutinogen
agglutinogenic
agglutinogens
agglutinophilic
agglutinoscope
agglutins
agglutogen
agglutogenic
aggrace
aggraced
aggraces

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