Catherine Dimitriadou

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Platelet count and aggregation were assessed in 9 Finnish amateur runners aged 34 to 48, and one 65-year old taking part in a non-competitive marathon race (42.2 km). After the run the mean value of platelet count showed a very significant rise (p less than 0.001). The platelets were markedly more sensitive to both ADP and collagen-induced aggregation. A(More)
Blood coagulation, fibrinolysis, platelet count-aggregation and cortisol were assessed in 35 Finnish amateur runners aged 27 to 56 years (mean 40) and three aged 65, 67, and 82 who had run a non-competitive Marathon in 1975, 1976 and 1977 over the classical itinerary. After the run, in all 3 years, APTT showed shortening (p < 0.001); prothrombin time and(More)
In this paper, a five generation Greek family is described with haemophilia B. The disease is characterized by a normal ox-brain prothrombin time, normal levels of the vitamin-K dependent clotting factors VII and X and a proportional reduction of factor IX activity and antigen levels all of which is consistent with the cross-reacting material negative form(More)
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