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Hypercoagulability: Primary Causes

by Brian Alverson, MD
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    The lecture Hypercoagulability: Primary Causes by Brian Alverson, MD is from the course Pediatric Hematology.


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    1. Factor VIII deficiency
    2. Homocysteinemia
    3. Protein C deficiency
    4. Prothrombin mutation
    5. MTHFR mutation
    1. Hemophilia
    2. Factor V leiden mutation
    3. Antithrombin III deficiency
    4. Protein C and S deficiency
    5. MTHFR mutation
    1. It is an inherited cause of hypercoagulability presenting in adulthood
    2. It presents in early childhood
    3. It is not a disease of adulthood
    4. Only venous clots are seen
    5. Only arterial clots are seen
    1. Presents in the 2ⁿᵈ decade of life
    2. Protein C and S caused the breakdown of factor VII and VIII
    3. Heterozygous patients have neonatal purpura
    4. Homozygous patients present in 3ʳᵈ decade of life
    5. Homozygous patients die in-utero
    1. Prothrombinmutation
    2. Factor V leiden mutation
    3. Antithrombin III deficiency
    4. Protein C and S deficiency
    5. MTHFR mutation

    Author of lecture Hypercoagulability: Primary Causes

     Brian Alverson, MD

    Brian Alverson, MD


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