mural thrombus


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mural thrombus

[′myu̇r·əl ′thräm·bəs]
(medicine)
A thrombus attached to the wall of a blood vessel or mural endocardium. Also known as lateral thrombus.
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In fact, left ventricular embolism after myocardial infarction resulting in stroke, bowel, and limb ischemia has been reported in literature8 In survivors of myocardial infarction with an LV mural thrombus, systemic embolization occurs in about 10%9.
On her electrocardiographic examination ventricular tachycardia had been detected and it was ceased with antiarrhythmic drugs but on echocardiographic examination huge mural thrombus on left ventricle has been detected.
Second, they can delineate and localize the DPA aneurysm with accuracy and they can identify the presence of mural thrombus.
Left atrial thrombus, and LV mural thrombus were observed in 5 (5%) and 14 (14%) patients, respectively.
The distal neck was also markedly conical with a diameter of 42 mm at the coeliac axis, with extensive mural thrombus.
A Case of multiple giant coronary aneurysms with large mural thrombus due to Kawasaki disease in a young infant.
Balloon angioplasty was also performed to treat the residual mural thrombus and persistent stenosis in the axillary and subclavian veins.
This device is contraindicated in patients with active systemic infection, those with an intracardiac mural thrombus, or those who have had a ventriculotomy or atriotomy in the preceding 4 weeks, and in patients with cryoglobulinemia.
Thrombotic causes for catheter obstruction include intraluminal thrombus, extraluminal fibrin sleeve, mural thrombus, or major vessel occlusion and present as either complete or partial occlusion (Hadaway, 1998).
Severe mitral regurgitation may prevent mural thrombus formation within the left ventricle with systolic dysfunction.