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disorder

[dis′ȯrd·ər]
(crystallography)
Departures from regularity in the occupation of lattice sites in a crystal containing more than one element.
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The main inherited coagulation disorders include hemophilia's A and B and von Willebrand's disease.
Two causes of hypercoagulability warrant consideration: occult malignancy and coagulation disorders resulting in thrombophilia.
(14) While many studies have found that PDT is just as safe as conventional open tracheostomy in carefully selected groups of patients, authors have also advised surgeons to be cautious of its use in certain high-risk populations, including those with coagulation disorders. (6,8,14-20)
(2) Coagulation disorder: endothelium up-regulates the expression of tissue factor (TF), activates the exogenous coagulation pathway, and increases the release of von Willebrand factor from endothelial cells.
Haemoglobin concentration was 13.8 g/dl, platelet count 157,100/[mm.sup.3] and there was no coagulation disorder. Blood electrolytes were within the normal range.
In fact, deaths during the early phase following tonsillectomy have been reported: The American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery (AAO-HNS) suggests that surgeons conduct a coagulation and bleeding work-up on any patient who is suspected of having such an abnormality on the basis of the history and in any patient for whom genetic information is unavailable: However, intra- or postoperative hemorrhage that is the result of a coagulation disorder can occur in patients whose laboratory coagulation values are normal.
Patients were excluded from the study if they were being treated with a drug known to interact with warfarin or had a coagulation disorder, contraindication to warfarin therapy, previous course of anticoagulation treatment, or baseline INR > 1.2, or if they refused to participate.
The second most common diagnosis is coagulation disorder (13.85%) out of which majority suffered from ITP this finding is similar to the study conducted by Khosla et al.
Hemophilia B, also called the Christmas disease, is a blood coagulation disorder due to the deficiency or improper function of factor IX.