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Arterial thrombo-emboli and Thromboembolisms

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    Bradford F.
    US
    Bradford F.

    these videos are great!

    Sabrina S.
    GB
    Sabrina S.

    A plaque with a clot formed on it is called a thromboembulus

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What are thromboembolisms?

    Muhammed Faiz S.
    ZA
    Muhammed Faiz S.

    Gives a deeper understanding of the definitions of the cardio system. Defines Thrombosis, Thrombus, Embolism, Embolus, Thrombo-Embolus and lastly, Thrombo-Embolism. This is a great explanation and helps to understand and correctly refer to certain parts and processes occurring within the cardio system.

    Julie C.
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    Julie C.

    plague can become unstable and rupture this causes blood clots ,these can flow in the blood stream or over the ruptured plague the flowing blood clots can float downstream and block an artery this can cause a heart attack. a blood clot is called an embolus that floats a thrombo-embolism is a blood clot that logged itself.plague that has ruptured and a blood clot covers it is called thrombosis

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