Thrombus (gr.), Blutklumpen, Blutpfropf, Blutkuchen, Blutgeschwulst; daher Thromboschĕsis, Verhalten, Zurückhaltung von Blutklumpen. Thrombōsis (Pfropfbildung), Verstopfung der Arterien u. Venen durch ein Blutgerinsel. T. lactea, Stockung der Milch in den Brüsten.

Pierer's Lexicon. 1857–1865.


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