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A quantitative-qualitative AT-III deficiency was found in a young woman with severe thromboembolic episodes. Only AT-III molecules with a low heparin affinity were detected in her plasma and these pathological AT-III molecules could not increase the rate of the thrombin-inactivation at all. The pathological AT-III molecules were present in the blood of her(More)
In recent years there have been discovered more and more such connatal mostly hereditary coagulopathies, which can explain the thrombosis susceptibility of the given individual or/and the family. The International Thrombosis and Haemostasis Society made a survey to estimate the frequency of those defects causing thrombophilias. In this survey the authors(More)