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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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development of unstable atherosclerosis

... in the development of unstable atherosclerosis in by dragging and dropping the phrases into the boxes. 1. ↓ 2. ↓ 3. ↓ 4. ↓ 5. Plasmin causes the thrombus to detach from the endothelium Cholesterol is synthesised in the vessel wall Macrophages enter the arterial wall Fibrous cells and smooth muscle ...

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Thu Nov 28, 2013 6:41 pm
 
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... 2-The endothelial surface ruptures 3- Macrophages enter the arterial wall 4-Cholesterol is synthesised in the vessel wall 5-Plasmin causes the thrombus to detach from the endothelium

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Wed Nov 27, 2013 11:15 am
 
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unstable atherosclerosis

... 2-The endothelial surface ruptures 3- Macrophages enter the arterial wall 4-Cholesterol is synthesised in the vessel wall 5-Plasmin causes the thrombus to detach from the endothelium

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by zak
Tue Nov 26, 2013 2:06 pm
 
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: unstable atherosclerosis
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unstable atherosclerosis

... in the development of unstable atherosclerosis in by dragging and dropping the phrases into the boxes. 1. ↓ 2. ↓ 3. ↓ 4. ↓ 5. Plasmin causes the thrombus to detach from the endothelium Cholesterol is synthesised in the vessel wall Macrophages enter the arterial wall Fibrous cells and smooth muscle ...

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Tue Nov 26, 2013 11:29 am
 
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Topic: unstable atherosclerosis
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Cardiovascular disease (CVD)

... Atheromatous plaques roughen the lining of the artery and disturb the flow of blood, which can stimulate the formation of a clot known as a thrombus. When blood comes into contact with fatty and fibrous tissue, platelets stick to the roughened surface and release clotting factors called ...

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Wed Apr 20, 2011 9:48 am
 
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