Definitions for "Blood clotting"
the process in which platelets adhere to the walls of damaged blood vessels, setting off a series of processes leading to the formation of a patchy mesh at the injury site.
The process of forming a permanent clot to repair a damaged blood vessel. It includes four steps: vasoconstriction, platelet aggregation, platelet adhesion, and the formation of a fibrin plug.
The coagulation of blood. This process protects against blood loss from harm to blood vessels but can also occur abnormally and deprive tissues of normal blood flow.
blood turns from liquid to solid form, when the integrity of the circulatory system is disturbed.
A process in which liquid blood changes into a semisolid (a blood clot).