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Blood clots in the legs (DVT) may break off and can be fatal.
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A gene associated with both protection against bacterial infection and excessive blood clotting could offer new insights into treatment strategies for deep-vein thrombosis -- the formation of a harmful clot in a deep vein.
Dr. Stef Kaandorp, from the Centre for Reproductive Medicine, Academic Medical Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, said that his group's research was the first to look at time to natural conception in women with RM, and that its results would help health professionals to advise and treat patients appropriately.
Back in the mid 19th century, a French doctor, Armand Trousseau, discovered a connection between cancer and thrombosis â€“ the formation of often dangerous blood clots that can lead to venous occlusion.
Being tall and obese may increase your risk for potentially dangerous blood clots.
Educating Women and their families about the Dangers of Blood Clots or Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Can Save Lives.
Arming Healthcare Professionals to Stop the ClotÂ® TARRYTOWN, N.Y., Sept.
Research published this week in PLoS Medicine finds that pregnant women with an inherited condition that makes them more likely to form blood clots only face a small increase in the risk that they might have a miscarriage or stillbirth.
ROCKVILLE, Md., June 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- According to a new report by HHS' Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, there is insufficient evidence to conclude that genetic testing for two gene mutations in adults with a history of blood clots helps to prevent a condition known as deep-vein thrombosis or to improve other clinical outcomes. The report, a summary of which will be published in the June 17 issue of JAMA, also failed to find any benefit from genetic testing of family...
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