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


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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