defibrinogenation

defibrinogenation

/de·fi·brino·gen·a·tion/ (de″fi-brin″o-jĕ-na´shun) induced defibrination, as in thrombolytic therapy.
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To the best of our knowledge, only the venoms from 3 snakes have been shown to induce defibrinogenation (Bell, 1997).
The effects of defibrinogenation are anticoagulation, improved blood viscosity and an indirect fibrinolytic or clot lysing action.
Hearing recovery in sudden deafness patients using a modified defibrinogenation therapy.