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hypercoagulability

Definitions

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  • n. coagulation of blood faster than normal; especially an abnormally increased coagulability

Etymologies

hyper- +‎ coagulability (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • This is probably due to the multitude of atherogenic factors in renal failure which statins don't address such as hypercoagulability, the metabolic syndrome, Lp (a) and the like.

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  • I mean, you have some sort of hypercoagulant state, although hypercoagulability (ph) is yet a whole other topic.

    CNN Transcript Feb 9, 2003

  • If one has a history of hypercoagulability such as deep venous thrombosis or phlebitis (inflammation of the veins) then inner thigh liposuction can be a dangerous for him.

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  • The researchers wanted to evaluate clopidogrel as a potential treatment for dogs with hypercoagulability due to excessive platelet activation.

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  • Other than aspirin, there are currently no approved antiplatelet drug therapies available to prophylactically treat companion animals with known or suspected hypercoagulability.

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  • "There are hypercoagulability, hypofibrinolysis, and endothelial dysfunctions in hyperthyroidism, and all may contribute to the increased risk of thromboembolism," they wrote.

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  • Blood Research Centre, supervising research in platelet function, hypercoagulability in cancer and other disease states, and global tests of coagulation.

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  • Additionally, he is the Director of the Northern Blood Research Centre, supervising research in platelet function, hypercoagulability in cancer and other disease states, and global tests of coagulation.

    Instrumentation Laboratory to Host 2nd Asia Pacific Hemostasis Forum -- BEDFORD, Mass., Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ --

  • Lang T, Vicenzi MN, Werkgartner G, Maier R, et al. (2001) Thromboelastography for monitoring prolonged hypercoagulability after major abdominal surgery.

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  • Sitzwohl C, Meitner E, Weinstabl C, Kettner SC (2006) Four-day antithrombin therapy does not seem to attenuate hypercoagulability in patients suffering from sepsis.

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