Medical Dictionary


noun throm·bo·phil·ia \-ˈfil-ē-ə\

Medical Definition of thrombophilia

  1. :  a hereditary or acquired disorder (such as factor V Leiden) marked by an abnormal increase in the tendency of blood to clot and higher than normal risk of thrombosis

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