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  • a  of or relating to an embolism or embolus

  • But Fahd's health has deteriorated ever since he suffered an embolic stroke last November, and a tug-of-war is already ongoing at the highest levels of the government.
  • The victims are practically all of them beyond help, owing to the extensive distribution about the body of the embolic particles.
  • In 2,022 patient-months on anticoagulants, there were 68 thrombo-embolic episodes; only 15 of these affected the brain, and nine occurred when the patients were not taking as .

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