Disorders of Hemostasis & Thrombosis: A Clinical Guide, Second Edition
Now expanded with new coverage of genetics, more therapy and management strategies, and more references throughout, this guide remains one of the most practical resources for diagnosis and treatment of hematologic conditions commonly seen in general practice. The clear, succinct language is meant for the non-hematologist who wants the salient points of clinical signs, etiology and pathophysiology, laboratory tests, differential diagnosis, and treatment in one convenient manual.
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Mechanisms of Hemostasis and Thrombosis
Laboratory Measurements of Hemostasis
Normal Values for the Hemostatic System
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