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Rheological aspects of thrombosis and haemostasis: basic principles and applications. ICTH-Report--Subcommittee on Rheology of the International Committee on Thrombosis and Haemostasis.
Etude des debits liquidiens a travers les vaisseaux cylindriques, du comportement de debit du sang, des concepts de base du transport de masse dans le sang. Rappel de la nomenclature
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Red blood cells: their dual role in thrombus formation.
Red blood cells may have a physical and chemical effect on the interaction between platelets and blood vessel surfaces. Under flow conditions in which primarily physical effects prevail, plateletExpand
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The effect of shear rate on platelet interaction with subendothelium exposed to citrated human blood.
Abstract Human blood, anticoagulated to a plasma concentration of 19.7 m M sodium citrate, was exposed to subendothelium in an annular perfusion chamber for wall shear rates ranging from 50 to 10,000Expand
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Platelet adhesion and thrombus formation on subendothelium in platelets deficient in glycoproteins IIb-IIIa, Ib, and storage granules.
Patients whose platelets are deficient in glycoprotein (GP) Ib, IIb-IIIa (thrombasthenia), or granule substances (storage pool deficiency, SPD) were studied to define further the properties ofExpand
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Platelet interaction with subendothelium in flowing rabbit blood: effect of blood shear rate.
Abstract An annular perfusion chamber was utilized to expose subendothelium from everted rabbit aorta to blood flowing under controlled conditions. Initial platelet contact (C), platelet spreadingExpand
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Mechanical factors affecting hemostasis and thrombosis.
Both physical and chemical factors can influence the activity of platelets and coagulation factors responsible for the formation of thrombotic and hemostatic masses in the vicinity of an injuredExpand
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Effect of shear rate on platelet interaction with subendothelium in citrated and native blood. I. Shear rate--dependent decrease of adhesion in von Willebrand's disease and the Bernard-Soulier
Previous studies have demonstrated impaired adhesion of platelets to the subendothelium in von Willebrand's disease. These studies were performed by circulating (in a closed system) citrated wholeExpand
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Role of shear rate and platelets in promoting fibrin formation on rabbit subendothelium. Studies utilizing patients with quantitative and qualitative platelet defects.
The deposition of platelets on subendothelium of rabbit aortic segments exposed to non-anticoagulated human blood increased progressively with increasing wall shear rates (50-2,600 s-1), whereasExpand
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Computer modeling of intracranial saccular and lateral aneurysms for the study of their hemodynamics.
There is strong evidence indicating hemodynamic stress as an underlying cause for saccular intracranial aneurysm growth, thrombosis, and/or rupture. We examined flow fields encountered in models ofExpand
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