thrombopathy

thrombocytopathy

 [throm″bo-si-top´ah-the]
any qualitative disorder of platelets.

throm·bop·a·thy

(throm-bop'ă-thē),
A general term applied to disorders of blood platelets resulting in defective thromboplastin, without obvious change in the appearance or number of platelets.
[thrombo- + G. pathos, disease]

thrombopathy

[thrombop′əthē]
a condition in which a clotting ability is deficient for reasons other than thrombocytopenia.

throm·bop·a·thy

(throm-bopă-thē)
A nonspecific term applied to disorders of blood platelets resulting in defective thromboplastin, without obvious change in the appearance or number of platelets.
[thrombo- + G. pathos, disease]

throm·bop·a·thy

(throm-bop'ă-thē)
General term applied to disorders of blood platelets resulting in defective thromboplastin.
[thrombo- + G. pathos, disease]

thrombopathy

thrombocytopathy.
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San Miguel JG, Castillo R: Investigation of uremic thrombopathy.
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