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Haemostasis

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Haemostasis schematic

The process of coagulation depends on a complex interplay of enzymatic and cellular activity, culminating...

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Red thrombi

Red blood cells predominate in red thrombi, which form in veins. In contrast, platelets are the main cellular...

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Major veins of the lower limb

Major veins of the lower limb. The most common type of VTE is DVT, which occurs most frequently in veins deep...

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Activated platelets/thrombocytes

This electron microscopic image shows activated platelets. Platelets can be activated by a number of...

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Role of venous valves

Blood flow in the major veins of the lower extremity depends, in part, on the pumping action produced...

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Major veins

A thrombus can block the flow of blood through a vein or artery and can detach from the vessel wall to...

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The heart

The right side of the heart delivers deoxygenated blood to the lungs; the left side pumps oxygenated blood to...

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Thrombin formation

A burst of thrombin formation (represented by blue spheres) triggered by activated Factor X is a...

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Virchow’s triad

Virchow’s triad – the pathologist Rudolf Virchow was the first to describe the three main factors that...

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