Erythrocyte aggregation during normal pregnancy.


Red blood cell aggregation induced by fibrinogen is a major determinant of the non-Newtonian flow behavior of blood and has been suggested as a possible contributing factor for thrombogenesis. Given the elevated fibrinogen levels and the incidence of thrombotic accidents in pregnancy, a study was designed to assess red blood cell aggregation at selected… (More)


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@article{Ozanne1983ErythrocyteAD, title={Erythrocyte aggregation during normal pregnancy.}, author={Patrick Ozanne and Otwin Linderkamp and Frederike Christine Miller and Herbert J. Meiselman}, journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology}, year={1983}, volume={147 5}, pages={576-83} }