Blood clots are clumps that occur when blood converts from a liquid to solid state. A blood clot that forms inside one of your veins or arteries is called a thrombus. A thrombus may also form in the heart. A thrombus that breaks, loose and travels from one location in the body to another is called an embolus. Blood must flow continuously and smoothly for an entire lifetime, but quickly form a blood clot when bleeding occurs. Blood achieves this through complex interactions between substances in blood and the blood vessel walls.
Related Journals of Blood Clots
Journal of Blood & Lymph, Vascular Medicine & Surgery, Leukemia, Insights in Blood Pressure, Hypertension: Open Access, Hypo & Hyperglycemia, Blood and Lymphatic Cancer: Targets and Therapy, Blood Cancer Journal, Blood Cells, Molecules, and Diseases, Blood Coagulation and Fibrinolysis, Blood Pressure, Blood Pressure Monitoring, Blood Purification, Blood Reviews, Blood Weekly.