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American English: /θrɑmˈboʊsəs/
British English: /θrɒmˈbəʊsɪs/

Translation of thrombosis in Spanish:

noun plural -ses Pronunciation: / -siːz /

uncountable and countable
  • Example sentences
    • Patients present with local pressure symptoms, thrombosis, or distal embolisation.
    • One complication is a blood clot or thrombosis blocking the flow to the fistula.
    • Small or large vessels may be affected, with local thrombosis or thromboembolism from artery to artery or cardiac embolism.

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