Anemic infarct



anemic infarct

anemic infarct n.
An infarct in which little or no bleeding into tissue occurs when the blood supply is obstructed. Also called white infarct.
Historical Examples

The arteries of the heart are not terminal vessels but as a rule blocking of a large branch leads to anemic infarct.
Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension: Louis Marshall Warfield

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