A CASE OF INCREASED PLATELET ANTI-HEPARIN FACTOR IN A PATIENT WITH RAYNAUD'S PHENOMENA AND GANGRENE, TREATED BY ASPIRIN
- Platelet Aggregation Is Not Necessary for Occurrence of Raynaud's Phenomenon: A Clinical History and Laboratory Results. Bellucci, S.; Kedra, A.; Bray, P.; Caen, J. P. // Angiology;Nov1990 Part 1, Vol. 41 Issue 11, p970
''Raynaud's phenomenon (R.P.) is characterized by a spastic vasoconstriction of hand and/or feet extremities leading to painful ischemic attacks. In the pathogeny of this syndrome the role of a platelet hyperactivation was evidenced. Nevertheless, the responsibility of platelet aggregation...
- ADDENDUM. // Angiology;Oct1969, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p563
Presents the corrective reprint for an article on increased platelet anti-heparin factor in a patient with Raynaud's phenomena and gangrene published in the June 1969 issue of the "Angiology" periodical.
- Exaggerated postural vasoconstrictor reflex in Raynaud's phenomenon. Olsen, Niels; Petring, Oscar Ulf; Rossing, Niels // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);5/9/1987, Vol. 294 Issue 6581, p1186
Examines the central and local regulation of capillary blood flow in the finger of patients with Raynaud's phenomenon. Discovery on the vasoconstrictor reflexes in normal fingers; Comparison between normal fingers and fingers of subjects with Raynaud's phenomenon; Implications on the augmented...
- RAYNAUD'S DISEASE. Garland, G.M. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;12/15/89, Vol. 262 Issue 23, p3290
Provides information on Raynaud's disease. Signs and symptoms; Work on symmetrical gangrene by Raynaud; Description of local syncope, digiti mortui and local asphyxia; Accidents and insults quoted as productive of symmetrical gangrene; Disturbances of nutrition that may provoke symmetrical...
- Let your fingers do the talking. // Engineer (00137758);2/12/2007, Vol. 293 Issue 7717, p7
No abstract available.
- HeMYTHology: 10 myths of hematology. Midyett, Roy // MLO: Medical Laboratory Observer;Nov2003, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p24
Explores several myths about hematology. Importance of band counts; Platelets on a stained blood smear; Recalibration of hematology analyzer.
- clotting. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p471
A definition of the medical term "clotting," which refers to the formation of a mass of platelets that stops blood flow, is presented.
- Evaluation of the Clot Signature Analyzer as a Hemostasis Test in Healthy Volunteers Exposed to Low Doses of Aspirin. Igawa, Takehiro; Kornhauser, Robyn; Cilla, Donald D.; King, Jennifer O'Neal; Kambayashi, Junichi // Clinical & Applied Thrombosis/Hemostasis;Apr1999, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p117
Several variables affect bleeding time that make it difficult to obtain consistent measurements. The Clot Signature Analyzer (CSA) has been developed to assess in vitro hemostasis using well-control led flow chambers. In this study, the equivalencies in the CSA parameters with the conventional...
- white gangrene. // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p2496
A definition of the term "white gangrene" which refers to that caused by local impairments of blood flow is presented.