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Red thrombus

red thrombus

A thrombus formed rapidly by the coagulation of stagnating blood, composed mainly of red blood cells rather than platelets.

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... are produced in particularly large amounts or continually during chronic illness, this can lead to various disorders like coronary insufficiency, thrombus formation, hypoglycemia, and, in some cases, even to shock and death.15 This makes these activities particularly vulnerable to malign modulation, ...

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