Experimental studies on venous thrombosis: effect of coagulants, procoagulants and vessel contusion.

Abstract

We have examined the relative contribution of stasis, activated coagulants, procoagulants and vessel wall damage in the pathogenesis of experimental venous thrombosis. Using a Wessler stasis model in rabbits, we found an inverse correlation between duration of stasis and the amount of Contact Factor and Factor Xa required to produce a stasis thrombus… (More)

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