The Brooklyn Nets say forward Mirza Teletovic, hospitalized last week in Los Angeles with blood clots in his lungs, is being released and traveling home.
This image looks like it could the a colourful underwater coral reef or a child’s breakfast cereal strewn across the floor. But it is, in fact, what a blood clot looks like if you zoom right in. More »
This image looks like it could the a colorful underwater coral reef or a child's breakfast cereal strewn across the floor. But it is, in fact, what a blood clot looks like if you zoom right in. Read more...
The discovery of Mirza Teletovic’s blood clots, the result of a series of late-night tests at an L.A. hospital, potentially saved his life.
Maronite Patriarch Beshara Boutros Rai is in good shape after the operation and will be leaving the hospital next week, Bkirki announced Saturday, a day after he underwent “successful” surgery to remove a blood clot in his head. “His health is improving, and he will leave hospital by the beginning of next week, when he […]
The Brooklyn Nets say forward Mirza Teletovic is in a Los Angeles hospital with blood clots in his lungs and will miss the rest of the season.
Brooklyn Nets forward Mirza Teletovic is expected to miss the rest of the season after being diagnosed with blood clots in his lungs following Thursday night's loss to the Clippers, 123-84, at Staples Center.
Nets forward Mirza Teletovic was diagnosed Friday with multiple blood clots in his lungs, a serious condition that will end his season.
Forward Mirza Teletovic has been an important contributor for the Brooklyn Nets this season, but they will be without the Bosnian big man for the remainder of the campaign. According to Tim Bontemps of the New York Post, Teletovic will...Show More Summary
Scary stuff announced by the Nets. Get well soon, Mirza Teletovic. The post Mirza Teletovic to Miss Rest of Season With ‘Multiple Blood Clots in His Lungs’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
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If you have long holiday flights or drives ahead, it’s a good time to brush up on what you can do to prevent blood clots.
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Happy Monday! If you're having a bad day, I've got just the thing to make it better: A chilling (well, very warm, actually) tale of a woman who swallowed her own blood clots while trying to perform fellatio upon her partner. And then he roman showered here. How does that even happen? Let me paint you a picture. Read more...
A layer of cells lines the interior of blood vessels. When blood flows through the vessels, such cells only divide to replace dead cells. However, if there is a blood clot preventing blood from flowing across the cells, they begin to divide actively. Show More Summary
I recently wrote about one of the best trans-Atlantic flights I've ever had. The article was called, "I've Figured Out How To Fly First Class For The Price Of Coach! ;-)" I put t he emoji in the headline to indicate the lighthearted tone of the story and to suggest that there was some trick to it. Show More Summary