phlebostasis phle·bos·ta·sis (flĭ-bŏs'tə-sĭs)n.
The abnormally slow motion of blood in the veins, usually with venous distention.
The compression of the proximal veins of an extremity by use of tourniquets. Also called venostasis.
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