infarction

Impaction vs Infarction - What's the difference?

impaction | infarction |


As nouns the difference between impaction and infarction

is that impaction is compression; the packing together of loose matter while infarction is (pathology) the process which causes an infarct.

Hemorrhage vs Infarction - What's the difference?

hemorrhage | infarction |


As nouns the difference between hemorrhage and infarction

is that hemorrhage is while infarction is (pathology) the process which causes an infarct.

As a verb hemorrhage

is .

Infarction vs Shock - What's the difference?

infarction | shock |


As nouns the difference between infarction and shock

is that infarction is (pathology) the process which causes an infarct while shock is sudden, heavy impact or shock can be an arrangement of sheaves for drying, a stook.

As a verb shock is

to cause to be emotionally shocked or shock can be to collect, or make up, into a shock or shocks; to stook.

Ischemia vs Infarction - What's the difference?

ischemia | infarction |


As nouns the difference between ischemia and infarction

is that ischemia is (pathology|cardiology) local disturbance in blood circulation due to mechanical obstruction of the blood supply (vasoconstriction, thrombosis or embolism) while infarction is (pathology) the process which causes an infarct.

Stroke vs Infarction - What's the difference?

stroke | infarction |


As nouns the difference between stroke and infarction

is that stroke is an act of while infarction is (pathology) the process which causes an infarct.

As a verb stroke

is to move one's hand or an object (such as a broom) along (a surface) in one direction.

Necrosis vs Infarction - What's the difference?

necrosis | infarction |


In pathology|lang=en terms the difference between necrosis and infarction

is that necrosis is (pathology) the localized death of cells or tissues through injury, disease, or the interruption of blood supply while infarction is (pathology) an infarct.

As nouns the difference between necrosis and infarction

is that necrosis is (pathology) the localized death of cells or tissues through injury, disease, or the interruption of blood supply while infarction is (pathology) the process which causes an infarct.

Infarction - What does it mean?

infarction | |

Thrombosis vs Infarction - What's the difference?

thrombosis | infarction |


In pathology|lang=en terms the difference between thrombosis and infarction

is that thrombosis is (pathology) the formation of thrombi in the blood vessels of a living organism, causing obstruction of the circulation while infarction is (pathology) an infarct.

As nouns the difference between thrombosis and infarction

is that thrombosis is (pathology) the formation of thrombi in the blood vessels of a living organism, causing obstruction of the circulation while infarction is (pathology) the process which causes an infarct.

Ischaemia vs Infarction - What's the difference?

ischaemia | infarction |


As nouns the difference between ischaemia and infarction

is that ischaemia is (pathology|cardiology|uk) while infarction is (pathology) the process which causes an infarct.

Aneurysm vs Infarction - What's the difference?

aneurysm | infarction |


In pathology|lang=en terms the difference between aneurysm and infarction

is that aneurysm is (pathology) an abnormal blood-filled swelling of an artery or vein, resulting from a localized weakness in the wall of the vessel while infarction is (pathology) an infarct.

As nouns the difference between aneurysm and infarction

is that aneurysm is (pathology) an abnormal blood-filled swelling of an artery or vein, resulting from a localized weakness in the wall of the vessel while infarction is (pathology) the process which causes an infarct.

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