Indicati on for examinati on of risk factors for veno us thrombosis


Authors: M. Matýšková;  M. Šlechtová;  J. Zavřelová;  M. Penka
Authors‘ workplace: Oddělení klinické hematologie FN Brno, pracoviště Bohunice, přednosta prof. MUDr. Miroslav Penka, CSc.
Published in: Vnitř Lék 2009; 55(Suppl 1)(Supplementum 1): 41-47

Overview

Pathogenesis of thrombosis includes many interacting factors, both inherited and environmental. We are able to detect a lot of thrombotic risk factors. Surveying these sho uld be indicated only in cases where knowledge of the defect can influence pati ent’s tre atment. Wide range screening of defects in which there is no definite proven relati on to clinical picture is not recommended.

Key words:
thrombophili a –  veno us thrombosis –  laboratory examinati on


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