Resting fibrinolytic activity and fibrinolytic capacity were compared in 31 patients with malignant disease and in 24 control subjects without malignant disease. Patients with malignant disease had a lower mean fibrinolytic activity: this was particularly marked in those with disseminated disease. In contrast, patients with malignant disease had a fibrinolytic capacity which did not differ from that of the control subjects.
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