Xangshan Chao

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It is well known that acute leukemia may accompany thromboembolic events; even severe thrombocytopenia does not prevent thrombosis. Coagulation dysfunction is the major pathophysiological background for thromboembolism in these patients. Most thromboembolism is localized in venous vessels in acute leukemic patients and it happens rarely in the artery. We(More)
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