来自希腊语 thrombosis,血栓形成，来自 thrombos,血块，肿块，-osis,表状态。
- thrombosis (n.)
- 1706, Modern Latin, from Greek thrombosis "a clumping or curdling" (from thrombousthai "become curdled or clotted," from thrombos "clot, curd, lump;" see thrombus) + -osis.
- 1. Passengers on long-haul flights are being warned about the risks of deep vein thrombosis.
- 2. He could have died after developing deep vein thrombosis during a flight to Sydney.
- 3. It is generally accepted that thinning of the blood reduces the chances of thrombosis.
- 4. Thrombosis occurs in the small vessels of the underlying tissue.
- 5. The method must avoid the production of thrombosis and embolism.
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