Study on Hyperactivated State of Coagulation and Fibrinolysis
The excessive and untimely formation of blood clot(thrombus) in blood vessels may discontinue the blood supply to vital organ, and sometimes be followed by the aggravation of diseased state and the danger of life. The word “hypercoagulability” is often taken to mean an increased tendency to thrombose, and is usually used to mean an excess or activation of, clotting factors. Furthermore, as analogous words, prethrombotic state seem to imply the previous state of thrombosis, and prethrombotic state is used to connote a predisposition to thrombose(1). It is very important for the prophylaxis of overt thrombosis to know the behaviors of clotting and fibrinolytic factors in these state.
KeywordsMolecular Marker Tissue Factor Acute Leukemia Vital Organ Chronic Leukemia
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