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stasis

[′stā·səs]
(medicine)
A cessation of the normal flow of blood or other body fluids.

Stasis

 

a stoppage or diminution of the physiological contents in the lumen of a tubular organ. The different types of stasis include stasis of the blood, or hemostasis (generally capillary or venous), stasis of the feces, or coprostasis, urinary stasis, and lym-phostasis. Stasis may result from the action of chemical and physical factors and bacterial toxins, from an impairment of blood-vessel innervation, and from a change in blood composition. Persistent hemostasis may cause tissue necrosis.

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The blood stasis syndrome is the main type of TCM types for CHD.
The level of Lp(a) in CHD patients with BSS was significantly higher than the patients with non-blood stasis syndrome which elucidated there might be relationship between the BSS and Lp(a).
Blood stasis syndrome, on the other hand, would be treated by a method promoting blood flow that involved the injection of Chuanxiong piperazine (an extract of Chuanxiong) [16].
Oketsu", blood stasis syndrome, is one of the pathological concepts unique to Japanese traditional medicine.