Pylethrombophlebitis



pylethrombophlebitis py·le·throm·bo·phle·bi·tis (pī’lə-thrŏm’bō-flĭ-bī’tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of the portal vein accompanied by the formation of a thrombus.

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