M. S. S.
Interest in the problems of blood coagulation stems not only from recent studies of those disturbances which lead to hemorrhagic manifestations, but also from those variations in the mechanism which may be responsible for hypercoagulability. The clinical use, in thromboembolic diseases, of agents, such as heparin and dicumarol, which modify the coagulability of blood has steadily increased. A rational approach to the management of spontaneous or induced disorders of the hemostatic mechanism demands consideration of concepts revised by the accumulation of new and important experimental data. The clinician attempting such a survey will be hampered to some extent by a
S. MS. RECENT STUDIES IN PROBLEMS OF BLOOD COAGULATION. Ann Intern Med. 1949;30:218–222. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-30-1-218
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