Thrombosis and hemostasis in renal disease

August 1994
Kidney International;Aug1994, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p287
Academic Journal
Discusses the initiation of normal thrombosis and hemostasis in renal disease. Exposure of subendothelial structures to flowing blood; Formation of solid hemostatic plug; Adhesion of platelets to the site of injury.


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