Hemostatic Alterations in Cancer Patients

  • Richard L. Edwards
  • Frederick R. Rickles
Part of the Developments in Oncology book series (DION, volume 22)

Abstract

Previous chapters have documented the close relationship between activation of blood coagulation and the growth and metastasis of malignant tumors. A variety of tumor-related mechanisms have been shown to participate in the activation of the coagulation cascade and the initiation of platelet aggregation. In addition to playing a role in tumor homeostasis, these alterations can lead to the development of a “hypercoagulable state” with associated clinical and laboratory manifestations. This chapter will review the laboratory abnormalities and the associated clinical syndromes which accompany the hypercoagulable state in cancer patients.

Keywords

Estrogen Heparin Warfarin Half Life Hull 

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  • Frederick R. Rickles

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