hypercoagulability


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hypercoagulability

[‚hī·pər·kō‚ag·yə·lə′bil·əd·ē]
(medicine)
Coagulation of blood more rapidly than normal.
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Laboratory evaluation necessarily includes tests for many classes of infection, a full medical workup with CBC with differential, CMP, UA, HLA typing for biotoxin illness, methylation genetic profiling, hypercoagulability evaluation, inflammatory cytokines, and autoimmune makers.
Cases have also been described in patients with heritable and acquired hypercoagulability, connective tissue disorders, endocarditis, and trauma.
Hypercoagulability in cancer can range from abnormal coagulation studies to clinically evident venous thromboembolism (3).
TEG has been used to assess coagulopathy in brain tumor patients by detecting specific clot characteristics that revealed a hypercoagulability during brain tumor surgery (Goh, Tsoi, Feng, Wickham, & Poon, 1997).
Tumours predispose to PE because both hypercoagulability and inflammatory processes are often associated with malignancies.
Another reason is the presence of predispositions to thrombosis, such as immobility, genetic hypercoagulability, or advanced atherosclerosis (4), (11), (12).
Magnesium also attenuates postoperative hypercoagulability when serum levels are maintained at the upper limit of normal, approximately 3 retool/1.
Hypercoagulability, increased asymmetric dimethylarginine (ADMA) and lipoprotein (a) levels, increased platelet activation and QT dispersion are the other manifestations of the cardiovascular system disorder (9-14).
The most recent generation of the TGT has been used over the past decade to carry out studies aimed at investigating hypo- and hypercoagulability, including the following: (a) the elucidation of mechanisms that regulate hemostasis for situations in which such traditional tests as the PT and APTT are poorly suitable (see below); (b) the diagnosis and management of congenital hemorrhagic coagulopathies [for example, the TGT may help to better stratify patients with severe hemophilia (factor VIII or IX values < 0.
Sepsis mediated hypercoagulability occurs as a result of the activation of inflammatory and coagulation cascades (5).
In traditional Chinese clinical practice, TMP has been found to improve microcirculation, correct hypercoagulability, and promote vascular recanalization.
LONDON- Raloxifene did not increase lupus activity or flares in a 1-year trial of post-menopausal women who had systemic lupus erythematosus without hypercoagulability risk factors, Dr.