Translation of deep-vein thrombosis in Spanish:

deep-vein thrombosis

trombosis venosa profunda, n.

Pronunciation /ˌdipˌveɪn θrɑmˈboʊsəs//ˌdiːpˌveɪn θrɒmˈbəʊsɪs/

noun

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    trombosis venosa profunda feminine
    TVP feminine
    • Going for frequent walks up and down the plane may help prevent deep-vein thrombosis, but won't endear you to the man in the aisle seat if you are by the window.
    • The system shortly became the world standard for nonpharmacological prevention of deep-vein thrombosis.
    • Data from both venogram and fibrinogen scans demonstrate that deep-vein thrombosis usually originates in the deep-veins of the leg.
    • The long hours in cramped conditions are believed to cause deep-vein thrombosis, or formation of blood clots, and it can be fatal if the clots circulate into the heart or the lungs.
    • The journey itself, we are told, provides numerous hazards - aeroplanes carry the risk of deep-vein thrombosis, terrorists or other passengers with air rage.
    • The risk of deep-vein thrombosis can be reduced by avoiding becoming very overweight, staying active in general, and avoiding prolonged periods of immobility with the legs down.
    • In a study of 118 patients with deep-vein thrombosis he found that 15.9% of the patients had the mutation compared to 2.3% in the controls.
    • One in every 100 people who develops deep-vein thrombosis dies.
    • It wants the EU to spend money researching how to beat deep-vein thrombosis.
    • You know I was so paranoid about deep-vein thrombosis, I took my aspirin and wriggled my legs but still I thought, that'd be right, I'll get off the plan and cark it.
    • Color-flow-Doppler-ultrasound is a highly sensitive and specific test for diagnosing deep-vein thrombosis.
    • For example, deep-vein thrombosis is a blood clot that develops in a vein, usually in your leg.
    • I would think the risk of deep-vein thrombosis for the same distance is much lower by plane.
    • Patients have an increased risk of blood clots, which can result in stroke, myocardial infarction, deep-vein thrombosis, and post-operative complications following cardiovascular surgery.
    • There, she sustained injuries in a bad fall, adding to an existing condition of angina, a deep-vein thrombosis, and suffering other conditions and infections.
    • Thrombosis of superficial veins in the legs has no connection with deep-vein thrombosis and is not dangerous.
    • The good thing about blood-thinning injections is that they remove blood clots in your leg that could turn into deep-vein thrombosis the next time you fly back home to see your loved ones.
    • Recent concerns about the danger of deep-vein thrombosis - potentially fatal blood clots that can form in the legs after prolonged sitting - underscore the importance of keeping limbs limber and blood flowing.
    • The 10 passengers in the possible class action say they were not informed properly about the possibility of developing deep-vein thrombosis while on long flights.