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A Blood Clot is a mass of blood that forms when blood platelets, proteins, and cells stick together. When a blood clot is attached to the wall of a blood vessel, it is called a thrombus. When it moves through the bloodstream and blocks the flow of blood in another part of the body, it is called an embolus.
Aspirin surgery on neck arteries can prevent complications

Aspirin surgery on neck arteries can prevent complications

Biocompatible adhesives for use with vascular tissue that will speed the process of mending tissue

Biocompatible adhesives for use with vascular tissue that will speed the process of mending tissue

Snake venom launders out all stains

Snake venom launders out all stains

Haemophilia Society President presents Hepatitis C (HCV) Facts to UK Government

Haemophilia Society President presents Hepatitis C (HCV) Facts to UK Government

Super glue and vascular graft surgery

Super glue and vascular graft surgery

Anti-blood clotting OJ from University of Liverpool

Anti-blood clotting OJ from University of Liverpool

New treatment for heart attacks

New treatment for heart attacks

New Computer-Aided Approach Helps Doctors Tailor The Dosage of Abciximab

New Computer-Aided Approach Helps Doctors Tailor The Dosage of Abciximab

Nickel-Titanium Clot-buster reverses vessel damage

Nickel-Titanium Clot-buster reverses vessel damage

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