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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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. Finally, they are of great help in the assessment of the adequacy of foot perfusion perioperatively, and therefore, help in the decision of whether to ligate or to reconstruct the aneurysm.
The excised segment was dilated and contained mural thrombus (Figure 2; T indicates thrombus).
Additional investigations included a 24 hour ECG which was normal and a Trans-thoracic Echocardiogram that showed overall good left ventricular systolic function and non-dilated cardiac chambers with no evidence of mural thrombus. All valves appeared structurally normal.
Nixon, "Left ventricular mural thrombus," Archives of Internal Medicine, vol.
Patients with previous history of myocardial infarction, valvular heart disease, dilated Cardiomyopathy and mural thrombus were excluded.
Atrial fibrillation was observed in 53 patients and mural thrombus in 19 patients.
The focal dilatation within the proximal right coronary artery contained a small amount of nonocclusive mural thrombus, as well as a thin rim of calcification (Figure 4).
The definitive imaging modality in confirming graft dilatation is coronary angiography, though mural thrombus may at times obscure the true dimensions of the aneurysm.
The distal neck was also markedly conical with a diameter of 42 mm at the coeliac axis, with extensive mural thrombus. These features rendered a successful endovascular repair unlikely, and therefore endovascular interventional was discounted.
A Case of multiple giant coronary aneurysms with large mural thrombus due to Kawasaki disease in a young infant.