thrombogenic

throm·bo·gen·ic

(throm'bō-jen'ik),
1. Relating to thrombogen.
2. Causing thrombosis or coagulation of the blood.
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thrombogenic

(thrŏm′bə-jĕn′ĭk)
adj.
Causing or resulting in thrombosis or coagulation of the blood.
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throm·bo·gen·ic

(throm'bō-jen'ik)
1. Relating to thrombogen.
2. Causing thrombosis or coagulation of the blood.
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Increased MPV readily translates into more active and thrombogenic platelets than smaller ones.5,6 Accordingly, both increased MPV and WBC count on admission was documented previously to have a statistical significance in the prediction of impaired reperfusion and mortality in patients with ACS.7,8
In addition, thrombogenic factors have been linked as probable explanations in the mechanisms between proteinuria and ischemic heart disease.
Cellular origins and thrombogenic activity of microparticles isolated from human atherosclerotic plaques.
The following two equations, adapted from a study by ULBRICHT & SOUTHGATE (1991), were used to measure the quality of fat via atherogenic index (AI) and thrombogenic index (TI), where MUFA stands for monounsaturated fatty acid: AI = Lauric acid + (4 x Myristic acid) + Palmitic acid/ (Omega 6 + Omega 3 + MUFA); TI = Myristic acid + Palmitic acid + Stearic acid/ ((0.5 x Oleic acid) + (0.5 x MUFA) + (0.5 x Omega 6) + (3 x Omega 3) + Omega 3: Omega 6).
Pregnancy loss in the antiphospholipid-antibody syndrome-a possible thrombogenic mechanism.
Plasma insulin, leptin, and soluble TNF receptors levels in relation to obesity-related atherogenic and thrombogenic cardiovascular disease risk factors among men.
aPL might be persistently present but the catastrophic events occur only occasionally as aPL antibodies per se increase the thrombophilic risk but are not thrombogenic [8].
The dietary atherogenic index (AI) and thrombogenic index (TI) were estimated with the formulae developed by Ulbricht and Southgate [20].
Tornado is available in thickness as small as 0.018" and is coated with thrombogenic fronds to promote faster hemostasis.
The radiologists had difficulties to differentiate between thrombogenic pathology, medically induced arterial spasms, hypovolemia, or congenital hypotrophic arteries.
Moreover, a concern is raised about the thrombogenic nature of the conventionally used patches and their protective effect, particularly from late restenosis [15].