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Which harmful microbe type is associated with thromboembolism?

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Which harmful microbe type is associated with thromboembolism?

Blood vessels:

Blood vessels are vascular structures in the body that transport oxygen, carbon dioxide and electrolytes round the body. They also transport waste products, such as urea to be excreted in the kidneys. Blood vessels are parts of the cardiovascular system, which includes the heart.

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Thromboembolism refers to the detachment of a fibrinous clot, from the wall of a blood vessel, and its transportation to different parts of the body.

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Thromboemboli: Definition, Causes & Treatments

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Thromboemboli is a blood clot that can be caused by injury to a blood vessel or when blood flow is restricted. Understand the definition and causes of thromboembolic and venous thromboembolism, and examine treatments for thromboemboli.


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