|Evaluation of Recurrent Thrombosis and Hypercoagulability|
American Academy of Family Physicians article discussing factors that contribute to excessive clotting. (October 15, 1997)
|Excessive Blood Clotting|
Background, causes, symptoms, and treatment of hypercoagulability.
|Guidelines on Therapeutic Products to Treat Haemophilia and Other Hereditary Coagulation Disorders|
Introduction and methods, manufacture of therapeutic coagulation factor concentrates, safety data on which recommendations are based, licensing status, therapeutic guidelines, clinical audit and a review of the guidelines.
Thomas G. DeLoughery Associate Professor of Medicine defines this term and does an in depth article.
|Medline Plus: Congenital Protein C or S Deficiency|
Brief information about these hypercoagulability disorders including causes, treatment, and prognosis.
|Medline Plus: Factor V Deficiency|
Provides brief information about this inherited bleeding disorder, which is similar to hemophilia. Includes causes, symptoms, and prognosis.
|Medline Plus: Factor VII Deficiency|
Brief information about this inherited bleeding disorder including causes, symptoms, and prognosis.
|Medline Plus: Factor X Deficiency|
Information about this inherited disorder that causes abnormal bleeding including causes, treatment, and prognosis.
|Medline Plus: Factor XII Deficiency|
Also known as Hageman factor, this is a congenital coagulation disorder that causes prolonged coagulation in a test tube but does not cause abnormal bleeding. Includes brief information.
|Molecular Genetics of Blood Clotting|
David Ginsburg, M.D: An article covering von Willebrand Factor, coagulation factor V, plasminogen activator inhibitor-1, primary pulmonary hypertension and bone marrow transplantation.