Definition of phlebolith in English:

phlebolith

noun

  • A calcified concretion in a vein or vascular malformation; an area of calcification in a thrombus.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in The Lancet. From phlebo- + -lith, probably after French phlébolithe.

Pronunciation

phlebolith

/ˈflɛbəlɪθ/