Synonyms
Etymology

1. coronary

noun. ['ˈkɔrəˌnɛri'] obstruction of blood flow in a coronary artery by a blood clot (thrombus).

Synonyms

  • coronary thrombosis
  • coronary heart disease
  • heart attack

Etymology

  • coronarius (Latin)

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Words that Rhyme with Coronary Artery Bypass Graft

  • redraft
  • staffed
  • kraft
  • krafft
  • draught
  • draft
  • craft
  • taft
  • shaft
  • laughed
  • haft
  • daft
  • calfed

2. artery

noun. ['ˈɑːrtɝi'] a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body.

Synonyms

  • artery of the penis bulb
  • lienal artery
  • lumbar artery
  • coronary artery
  • testicular artery
  • arteria colica
  • brachial artery
  • labial artery
  • meningeal artery
  • arteria vaginalis
  • appendicular artery
  • labyrinthine artery
  • arteria lacrimalis
  • ophthalmic artery
  • arteria gastrica
  • arteria digitalis
  • truncus celiacus
  • pulmonary artery
  • arteria renalis
  • hepatic artery
  • arteria coronaria
  • basilar artery
  • arteria testicularis
  • capillary artery
  • arcuate artery
  • arteria ophthalmica
  • central artery of the retina
  • arteria ileum
  • arteria nutricia
  • arteria celiaca
  • arteria angularis
  • cervical artery
  • intercostal artery
  • metacarpal artery
  • popliteal artery
  • arteria poplitea
  • arteria axillaris
  • arteria appendicularis
  • arteria carotis
  • infraorbital artery
  • arteria
  • arteria palatina
  • arteria mesenterica
  • perineal artery
  • laryngeal artery
  • ascending artery
  • cerebellar artery
  • bronchial artery
  • arteria intercostalis
  • arteria buccalis
  • arteria ethmoidalis
  • ovarian artery
  • pudendal artery
  • arcuate artery of the kidney
  • buccal artery
  • circumflex artery
  • arteria cystica
  • iliac artery
  • arteria vertebralis
  • arteria alveolaris
  • carotid artery
  • arteria pudenda
  • arteria femoralis
  • arteria cerebelli
  • cerebral artery
  • ileocolic artery
  • ethmoidal artery
  • arteria ileocolica
  • musculophrenic artery
  • arteria subclavia
  • artery of the vestibule bulb
  • arteria ascendens
  • arteria perinealis
  • lacrimal artery
  • metatarsal artery
  • pancreatic artery
  • arteria labialis
  • arteria iliaca
  • maxillary artery
  • arteria metacarpea
  • axillary artery
  • arteria auricularis
  • arteria rectalis
  • internal auditory artery
  • arteria ulnaris
  • areteria cervicalis
  • arteria hepatica
  • arteria ovarica
  • ciliary artery
  • communicating artery
  • renal artery
  • arteria metatarsea
  • auricular artery
  • ileal artery
  • radial artery
  • arteria glutes
  • vaginal artery
  • arteria maxillaris
  • uterine artery
  • arteria basilaris
  • intestinal artery
  • arteria choroidea
  • arteria bulbi vestibuli
  • arteria laryngea
  • arteria musculophrenica
  • arteria bulbi penis
  • angular artery
  • arteria lienalis
  • arteriole
  • celiac artery
  • innominate artery
  • choroidal artery
  • arteria uterina
  • epigastric artery
  • vertebral artery
  • arteria pancreatica
  • arteria epigastrica
  • blood vessel
  • arteria ciliaris
  • palatine artery
  • ulnar artery
  • aorta
  • arterial blood vessel
  • alveolar artery
  • mesenteric artery
  • splenic artery
  • gastric artery
  • colic artery
  • arteria lumbalis
  • rectal artery
  • arteria communicans
  • subclavian artery
  • iliolumbar artery
  • jejunal artery
  • celiac trunk
  • lingual artery
  • arteria brachialis
  • arteria lingualis
  • arteria cerebri
  • digital arteries
  • circle of Willis
  • nutrient artery
  • gluteal artery
  • arteria radialis
  • internal spermatic artery
  • arteria arcuata
  • arteria infraorbitalis
  • cystic artery
  • arteriola
  • artery of the labyrinth
  • arteria centralis retinae
  • femoral artery
  • arteria meningea
  • arteria pulmonalis

Etymology

  • artaire (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • arteria (Latin)

3. bypass

verb. ['ˈbaɪˌpæs'] avoid something unpleasant or laborious.

Synonyms

  • avoid
  • go around
  • short-circuit

Antonyms

  • play
  • take on
  • take the bull by the horns
  • front

Etymology

  • by- (English)
  • by (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • pass (English)
  • pas (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. bypass

noun. ['ˈbaɪˌpæs'] a highway that encircles an urban area so that traffic does not have to pass through the center.

Synonyms

  • highway
  • beltway
  • ringway
  • main road

Antonyms

  • closed circuit
  • stay in place
  • insulator
  • validate

Etymology

  • by- (English)
  • by (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • pass (English)
  • pas (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. artery

noun. ['ˈɑːrtɝi'] a major thoroughfare that bears important traffic.

Etymology

  • artaire (Old French (842-ca. 1400))
  • arteria (Latin)

6. bypass

noun. ['ˈbaɪˌpæs'] a surgically created shunt (usually around a damaged part).

Antonyms

  • face

Etymology

  • by- (English)
  • by (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • pass (English)
  • pas (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. bypass

noun. ['ˈbaɪˌpæs'] a conductor having low resistance in parallel with another device to divert a fraction of the current.

Synonyms

  • electrical shunt
  • conductor
  • electric circuit
  • shunt
  • electrical circuit

Antonyms

  • pit
  • breast
  • oppose
  • encounter

Etymology

  • by- (English)
  • by (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • pass (English)
  • pas (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. graft

noun. ['ˈgræft'] the act of grafting something onto something else.

Synonyms

  • attachment
  • grafting

Antonyms

  • cortex
  • unplug
  • detach

Etymology

  • graffe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • greffe (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

9. graft

verb. ['ˈgræft'] place the organ of a donor into the body of a recipient.

Synonyms

  • introduce
  • enter
  • infix
  • insert
  • move

Antonyms

  • precede
  • leave office
  • drop out
  • natural object

Etymology

  • graffe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • greffe (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

10. graft

noun. ['ˈgræft'] the practice of offering something (usually money) in order to gain an illicit advantage.

Synonyms

  • bribery
  • barratry
  • felony

Antonyms

  • end
  • punch out
  • clock out
  • file out

Etymology

  • graffe (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • greffe (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

Example sentences of the word coronary-artery-bypass-graft


1. Noun Phrase
In a study conducted by Brighton University, those patients who received foot massages after receiving coronary artery bypass graft surgery experienced higher levels of calm and feelings of psychological well-being than those who didn't receive massages.

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