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Predisposition to thrombosis not reflected by the blood coagulogram
  1. B. Solymoss,
  2. H. Selye,
  3. G. Gabbiani
  1. Institut de Médecine et de Chirurgie expérimentales, Université de Montréal, Montreal, Canada


    Experiments on rats indicate that thrombosis of large veins can develop while blood coagulability is decreased. Hence, coagulation tests have only a limited value in predicting a thrombotic tendency, although they do show characteristic changes during the formation of thrombi.

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