Disorders of Hemostasis and Thrombosis: A Clinical Guide
McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, 1993 - Blood - 549 pages
Two preeminent haematologists present a concise but comprehensive review of bleeding and thrombotic (clotting) disorders affecting infants, children, and adults in this affordable text. The format is designed to provide quick reference information on diagnosis - both clinical and laboratory - and management of common haematologic disorders. In addition, the basic physiologic and biochemical mechanisms of haemostasis are presented as a basis to further discussion of pathophysiology which follow later in the text.
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Hereditary Platelet Function Defects
Hereditary von Willebrand Disease
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abnormal acid acquired acute adults agents antibodies anticoagulant antifibrinolytic antigen antithrombin APTT arterial aspirin assay associated binding bleeding disorder bleeding tendency blood Chap chronic circulating Clin clotting factors coagulation factor coagulopathy cofactor complex concentrate DDAVP decreased deficiency diagnosis disseminated intravascular coagulation doses effect elevated embolism factor IX factor VIII factor XI factor XI deficiency fibrin fibrinogen fibrinolysis fresh frozen plasma glycoprotein Hematol hemophilia hemorrhage hemostasis hemostatic heparin hepatitis hereditary heterozygotes increased infants infusion inhibition inhibitor intravenous leukemia levels liver disease mild molecular myocardial infarction neonatal newborn normal occlusion occur oral percent of patients plasmin plasminogen activator platelet aggregation platelet count platelet function pregnancy protein protein C deficiency prothrombin pulmonary purpura renal risk screening tests severe studies surgery syndrome systemic fibrinolysis t-PA Table Thromb Haemost thrombin thrombocytopenia thromboembolism thrombotic tissue treatment U/mL usually vascular venous thrombosis vitamin warfarin Willebrand disease Willebrand factor