coagulation disorder


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coagulation disorder

See Coagulopathy.
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Mannucci PM, Duga S, Peyvandi E Recessively inherited coagulation disorders.
Normal coagulation values in screening laboratory tests do not exclude the possibility of a coagulation disorder.
In conclusion, I can very highly recommend the Quick Guide to Coagulation Testing to practicing clinical pathologists, pathology residents, laboratory professionals, and clinicians who see patients with coagulation disorders.
The Octapharma 25(th) Anniversary Grants Program will support clinical or pre-clinical research focusing on human protein therapies in coagulation disorders, immunology, intensive care and emergency medicine.
Annualized market data for the coagulation disorders market from 2002 to 2010, forecast forward to 2017.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the Verigene[R] F5 / F2 / MTHFR Nucleic Acid Test, which detects disease-associated gene mutations that can contribute to blood coagulation disorders and difficulties metabolizing folate (vitamin B-12).
The contributions deal with epidemiology, risk factors, coagulation disorders, and clinical presentation, focusing on headache, current neuroradiological treatment, and complications and long-term prognosis.
Coagulation disorders and aneurysms may cause cardiac thrombi that originate in the ventricles.
Exclusion of other identifiable etiologies, such as trauma, coagulation disorders, infectious conditions, or genetic disorders.
Some reports suggest an association between ischemic colitis and coagulation disorders.
The broad line of test kits are used to detect infectious diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, blood coagulation disorders, and autoimmune diseases.
They should be used until the wound bed is predominantly free of necrotic debris and should always be used cautiously in patients with coagulation disorders.