Human Hemostatic/Coagulation Mechanisms
There are hundreds if not thousands of factors that have been shown to play some role in human hemostasis. This short discussion deals only with those that can be measured or easily detected and that appear to be analogous to hemostatic mechanisms in other mammals or lower vertebrates.
KeywordsTissue Factor Coagulation Pathway Fibrinogen Degradation Product Human Factor VIII Platelet Plug
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