Inflammation and thrombosis

Yang Lin-hua
July 2008
Journal of US-China Medical Science;Jul2008, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p29
Academic Journal
Thromboemblic disease is a common in clinic, and the mechanism of thrombosis formation is complex. Inflammation plays an important role in the progression of thromboemblic disease. Inflammation promotes the development of thrombosis, and the thrombosis factors can be involved in the regulation of inflammation reaction.


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