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When compared to 39 normal-weight normolipidemic control subjects, the dilute blood clot lysis time was found to be slightly (p less than 0.05) accelerated in the 49 investigated nephrotic patients, although their plasma fibrinogen, factor XIII as well as the inhibitors of fibrinolysis, are markedly increased. These findings indicate that the fibrinolytic(More)
When compared to normal weight normolipidemic control subjects, dilute blood clot lysis time was found to be obviously (p less than 0.001) prolonged in hypertriglyceridemic patients without proteinuria and slightly (p less than 0.05) accelerated in hyperlipidemic nephrotic patients in spite of their very high levels of plasma fibrinogen. As a result the(More)
The paper reviews data in the literature as well as the authors' own investigations, performed during the last seven years, concerning the hemostatic balance in nephrotic patients. The obviously increased plasma levels of fibrinogen, fibronectin, fibrin-stabilizing factor XIII, clotting factors V and VIII, von Willebrand factor as well as the enhanced(More)
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